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Old 08-31-2007, 11:31 PM   #1
satimis
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About solution on mail server down time


Hi folks,


Re: Solution on mail server down time.

A mail server may be out of work under 2 situations,

1) The server is broken down
2) ISP connection is out of service

For 1) I can build a replicate server or just a box for mail queueing avoiding bouncing of mails
For 2) It is out of my control

I'm venturing to find a solution whether I can make use of the parking service on Registrar's server. Let the mails queneing there to be download back to the mail server later. OR are there any other suggestions? TIA

Edit:
P.S. the mail server only serves <15 users w/o heavy traffic


B.R.
satimis

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