replication in lotus

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why we use replication in lotus

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we are using replication for smoothly sending and receiving mails from server . through replication we are create duplicate copy of mails in our local system and our local system updated form server time to time . by this server not greeting load .

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  • Ledlincoln
    Yes, replication among servers can be a way of sharing server load and providing redundancy for users. Replication with local clients allows users to work when offline or when their connection is slow.
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  • Petetm
    I'm not sure where to start with this so I'll keep it simple. Replication can/is used for redundancy of data, to push data locally (either a local server or workstation), share server load (if in a clustered environment) and to allow people to work off line.
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  • Kelvinsw
    Understanding and implementing local mail replicas for IBM Lotus Notes by IBM http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/local-mail-replicas/
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