Wondering about features of Shadow Redundancy in Exchange Server 2016? We can help you!
Shadow redundancy was introduced in Exchange 2010 to provide redundant copies of messages before they are sent to mailboxes.
However, in Exchange 2010, shadow redundancy delays deleting a message from the queue database on a Hub Transport server until the server verifies that the next hop in the message delivery path completes the delivery.
Exchange 2016 has made improvements such that the Transport service on a Mailbox server now makes a redundant copy of any message it receives before acknowledging the receipt of the message to the sending server.
Here at Bobcares, we often get requests from our customers regarding shadow redundancy as a part of our Server Management Services.
Today, let’s check in detail about Shadow redundancy in Exchange Server 2016 along with its features.