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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability by Nuno Mota

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Chapter 3. High Availability with the Mailbox Server

The Mailbox server role, similar to the Client Access Server (CAS) role, has undergone some great changes in Exchange 2013. While in Exchange 2010 this role basically provided for message storage, in 2013 it also includes components previously found in separate roles such as Transport service, Client Access protocols, and Unified Messaging components. Mailbox servers now host every component and protocol that renders, processes, and stores user data.

As mentioned in Chapter 1, Getting Started, Exchange 2013 is made up of two foundational blocks: Client Access array and Database Availability Group (DAG), each providing an element of fault tolerance and high availability, decoupled from each other. ...

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