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Go1tom

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Our Kerio mail server is in New York but we are planning to deploy a secondary fail over in London UK office (Just like how you do for Microsoft Exchange) and I was wondering if Kerio has built in transatlantic fail over built in capability?

Can we build Microsoft cluster and run Kerio? Has anyone done this and worked?

Please let me as this project will be carried on ASAP.

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sonofcolin

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I was wondering if Kerio has built in transatlantic fail over built in capability?

I think only the transpacific module is currently in production Laughing
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sonofcolin

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Seriously, there are lots of ways to do this, none of which are specific to KMS. Bottom line is you'll need 2 licenses.
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