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    Exchange 2010 DAG Failover

    Just set up a Database Availability Group for 2 Mailbox Servers.

    We have successfully tested and the Mailbox will fail-over to the other member if the one mailbox server goes offline.

    With the Activation Preference set to prioritise the 2nd member of the DAG when the 2nd member of the DAG is brought back online should the mailbox mount itself eventually back to this member or is it normal to have to Activate the copy manually?


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    Think I am going to answer my own question and say it makes sense not to have it move back by itself

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