RE: New Exchaneg server in domain- where should we build it?

  • From: "Michael B. Smith" <michael@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 23:27:44 -0400

Yeah, your sig is ridiculously long.

Otherwise, the only issue is mailbox moves and how long it takes to transport 
the servers.

-----Original Message-----
From: "adrian bolzan"<abolzan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 5/5/05 7:57:11 PM
To: "[ExchangeList]"<exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [exchangelist] New Exchaneg server in domain- where should we build it?


We plan to install second and third exchange servers in our domain.
These will ultimately be in remote offices, linked to head office by a
WAN, and hold the mailboxes for remote office staff. 

My question is whether it would be best to:
(a) install the exchange server software at head office and then move it
to the remote office, and change the IP address for that office's
subnet; or
(b) install exchange in-place in the remote office?

Option (a) would be my preference but are there any gotchas I might need
to consider following an IP address change?


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