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    How to cluster exchange 2007 on server 2003

    I want to cluster my exchange so that if one server fails the other node becoms the active node.

    Any tips on doing this?

    Nick

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    do you want to use CCR replication or SCC. Seems like SCC which is legacy, you should consider CCR. Decide what you want 1st, I'd recommend CCR. It;s the way forward. If you havent deployed 2007 yet, then I'd go for Exch 2010

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    Ccr i do have exch 2007 already.

    Any steps to follow

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