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just installed 2007 on my laptop. Needed to return the defective computer and tomorrow will get a new one. Concerned about being able to install it on the new machine.
Can I setup a failover Exchange server with a different priority MX record so if my main server fails my mail will still flow? How can I then point the clients to it? Will I need double licenses for this setup?
Do you know how a system (a Veritas Cluster System to be exect) automatically transfers an application from the primary server to the standby server in the case of a failure in primary server? Does the target need to pay a license for both servers in this case?