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nog





PostPosted: Wed Jan 14 13:48:54 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Admin >> Replicas on Every Exchange Server

I currently have 15 exchange 2003 servers around the country. Is there any
negative aspects to having a replica of the public folders on each server?

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joe





PostPosted: Wed Jan 14 13:48:54 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Admin >> Replicas on Every Exchange Server without replicas and assuming you haven't disabled
redirects then you have redirect traffic over your wan
lines. With replicas instead of redirect traffic you get
public folder replication traffic over your wan lines. The
choice you make depends on how and who used the public
folders and where they reside...
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>I currently have 15 exchange 2003 servers around the
country. Is there any
>negative aspects to having a replica of the public
folders on each server?
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Dan





PostPosted: Wed Jan 14 15:03:14 CST 2004 Top

Exchange Servers Admin >> Replicas on Every Exchange Server "negative aspects"

Latency of changes as this has to replicate.
Replication traffic for folders that a specific location might never use.

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Hope that helps,
Dan Townsend

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> I currently have 15 exchange 2003 servers around the country. Is there any
> negative aspects to having a replica of the public folders on each server?