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mcmcomput

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I was wondering what type of systems can be set in place for making Kerio <_at_> two different datacenters either be in sync or have the secondary servers simply store mail and relay it to the master?
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winkelman

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mcmcomput wrote on Wed, 14 June 2006 05:53

I was wondering what type of systems can be set in place for making Kerio <_at_> two different datacenters either be in sync or have the secondary servers simply store mail and relay it to the master?


To have one KMS act as backup for another: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch25s05.html
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willowsv

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Just out of Intrest whats the costing on doing this?

There seems little point in paying for a full version of KMS with a 20 User Licence just to act as a mail relay with No Users.
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winkelman

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You would simply need the smallest KMS license possible, as you only need one user (for maintenance purposes). So the standard 20 user license does seem 'overkill'.

Perhaps Kerio could intruduce a special 1 user license for this purpose?
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willowsv

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My thoughts exactly or cover it under the existing licence and make a stripped out version.

You only need an Administrator login tbh if you strip everything out you dont to perform this task it makes 95% of the cost a complete waste and it would be more cost effective to look for another solution.

Overkill is an understatement tbh Backup and Replication should be at least part covered in the cost its an important part of any server.

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