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    Hello,

    Thank you everyone for submitting and supporting this idea. We will consider this for future versions of MDaemon.

    In case anyone is interested we have published a whitepaper on a system we setup here in an acitve/passive cluster. While it does not accomplish everything requested it does provide redundancy.

    http://static.altn.com/Collateral/How-To-Quick-Start-Guide/US_MDaemon-Mail-Server_Configure-High-Availability_How-To-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I like the way how MD stores Mails. Sometimes it is not perfect, but I know a lot of problems with databaseoriented mailservers. If i will be forced to use a database, I also can use Exchange. If you implement this, please do this only as an option.

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