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    Default how to keep two mail server synced?

    Hi,

    We have two zimbra server each with different MX record, we want to keep the secondary sync with the primary, is there any way to do that?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Nope, it's not designed to be working like that.

    You should have a search in the forum about "DRBD" and "Cluster".

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    and shortly afterwards, "caffeine" and "sanity"

    drbd is a great little bit of software, i've used it before with heartbeat for simple email clusters but the management interface is quirky to say the least and when it goes wrong, it's quite tricky to fix. i'd love to know if anyone has managed to get zimbra working reliably in live/live cluster.

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