I believe you answered my next question! Can you verify that I have
understood you correctly?
I *can* install an Exchange 5.5 server using a different "Server Name"
but with same Organization and Site Name that is currently in
production on the same TCP/IP Segment? I just need to make sure I
select "Create A New Site"? (Whew!)
I've been combing the Exchange Disaster Recovery documents for weeks
and I was very confused about the method of setting up the mailbox
"Recovery Server". Some pictures seemed to indicate a Recovery Lan...
Thank you again for your answers. There are so many details and I
really appreciate your help! :)
> Not only can you do that, you can set up a separate organization with the
> same organization and site names as is already in production and have it be
> completely separate. People often do this for a recovery server.
> Ed Crowley
> MVP - Exchange
> Compaq Computer
> > Rob,
> > Are you confident? I really don't want to mess things up! <G>
> > Thanks again...:)
> > Shelly
> > > Hello,
> > > Can someone please tell me whether or not it is safe to setup a new
> > > Exchange 5.5 server ( with a New Site/New Organization) in an NT 4
> > > domain that currently has an one up and running?
> > > It's important that I don't disturb the current directory structure or
> > > cause any replication issues. I want to set up new mailboxes for users
> > > on the test server using the current domain User List as well. Will
> > > there be any adverse affects by duplicating mailboxes or will theses
> > > servers remain completely independent?
> > > Shelly Anderson
> > > ***************************