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Building High Availability Windows Server™ 2003 Solutions by Marcin Policht, Jeffrey R. Shapiro

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Chapter 10. High Availability, High-Performance Exchange

Introduction

It’s difficult to call Microsoft Exchange a mail server anymore. It truly is an information exchange system—an information network, if you will. What started out many years ago as a mail server has become a means to manage tasks, appointments, calendars, group-think, document sharing, journaling, and more.

Naturally, email is Exchange’s forte. In partnership with the venerable client, Outlook, you have a critical combination of technologies many people and corporations trust to be always available, as the very air we breathe.

Large and small organizations are heavily dependent on the Exchange/Outlook couple. Many new handheld phone/PDA devices are now heavily dependent on the availability ...

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