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Designing Storage for Exchange 2007 SP1 by Juergen Hasslauer, Pierre Bijaoui

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Chapter 7. Data Replication Solutions for Exchange

From users’ point of view, the most important piece of an Exchange environment is their mailbox or the data stored in their mailbox. Information Stored in mailboxes is often business critical. Mailboxes contain an enormous amount of a company's intellectual property. We assume that you agree that this information has to be especially protected. However, before the advent of Exchange Server 2007 Continuous Replication (CR), mailbox data were the only data that could only be stored once using built-in features. For several years, it has been possible to replicate data stored in public folders. Multiple Exchange servers can synchronize public folders using public folder replication. Public folder ...

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