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cyberkare

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Hello,

I am reaching out to anyone who has been able to configure Kerio Connect in an Active, Active configuration.
We are trying to build a scenario were we have 2 Kerio mail servers so that in the event one comes down for maintenance or due to a fault all users will be able to continue to send and receive their email while maintaining the current mail store for each user.
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Have a look at the Kerio manual:

http://manuals.kerio.com/kms/en/sect-example5.html

This explains how to setup a second mail server.

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giampos

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freakinvibe wrote on Tue, 05 July 2011 10:45
Have a look at the Kerio manual:

http://manuals.kerio.com/kms/en/sect-example5.html

This explains how to setup a second mail server.


I believe cyberkare wants another thing, this article explain how to setup a backup MX server to store incoming mail a then forward to the primary server.

What cyberkare wants, i believe, is a backup mail server in cluster. There isn't an home made solution for this. Some 3rd party software offers this feauture, like "double take" or other.
Another way is to virtualize in Vmware vsphere with a specific license to have a virtual cluster with shared storage (Iscsi or fiber channel)
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