Monthly Archives: November 2011

CCR Architecture – Microsft Exchange

Cluster continuous replication (CCR) combines automatic management of redundancy and application-level data replication. CCR is a solution that can be deployed with no single point of failure within a single data center or between two data centers. CCR uses three … Continue reading

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Breaking down the log shipping components by Exchange Replication Service

Let me run you through the components involved in Log Shipping with the help of Microsoft Exchange Replication Service…..! Copier The copier is responsible for copying the log files from the source to destination. This is an a-synchronization operation, the … Continue reading

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If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, ’tis now.

My Jesus I love thee and I know thou are mine….this is my confidence & faith I have in you…. I remember when you asked Apostle Peter to look at you when there were high waves and wind in the … Continue reading

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Designing Message Transport During Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007

A issue that coexists between the two Exchange server versions is message transport. Message transport coexistence is configured automatically, provided the correct versions of Hub Transport servers are available. Message Routing During Coexistence As you deploy Exchange Server 2010 Hub … Continue reading

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Master Speak Thy Servant Heareth

What a privilege to have a perfect Master….your wisdom is better than gold & thy word is the lamp unto my path…thy ways leads to the everlasting life….! Master speak thy servant heareth waiting for thy gracious word because there … Continue reading

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Designing Client Access During Coexistence with Exchange Server 2007

The Client Access server role in Exchange Server 2010 has changed significantly from the Client Access server in Exchange Server 2007. The most important change is that all client connectivity—including Outlook MAPI connectivity—now goes through the Client Access server role. … Continue reading

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Designing Message Transport During Coexistence with Exchange Server 2003

To support coexistence between different versions of Exchange server, all servers running Exchange Server 2010 are added automatically to a single routing group when you install Exchange Server 2010. The Exchange Server 2010 routing group includes all Exchange Server 2010 … Continue reading

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