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    Re: Exchange

    Quote Originally Posted by djm968
    Nothing like it.
    looks like a clustered failover to me

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    Re: Exchange

    Quote Originally Posted by johnymac
    in zimbra you need an "add on" for outlook to connect to the exchange server with true mapi over rpc/https. A lot of our users wont want to install that third party app.
    Why install anything, what's wrong with the web interface?

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    Re: Exchange

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    Quote Originally Posted by johnymac
    in zimbra you need an "add on" for outlook to connect to the exchange server with true mapi over rpc/https. A lot of our users wont want to install that third party app.
    Why install anything, what's wrong with the web interface?
    AFAIK you can't send emails on behalf of other users with the web interface until version5. other than that its just that people don't like change. The beta version of the offline client is quite good though.

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    Re: Exchange

    Yes..... a clustered failover it is indeed but what exactly is clustered?

    Yes that right.... the entire Virtual Guest.

    So lets see, you migrate Exchange server 2003 to a Zebra running as a pair of virtual guest servers on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux cluster......

    or how about this you buy M$ E2K7 install it as the Client Access and Hub Transport server co-existing with you current E2K3 mailbox server. Get E2K7 SP1 when then move the mailbox roll to the new server.

    And wait...... for a while

    When the E2K7 server falls over which it is “bound to do because its M$ and therefore not reliable” install E2K7 on the old server (spec permitting) and the configure SCR

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