can't answer 1 and 2 as i've never done that.
as to 3 - is you plan to offer either the legacy webmail or surgeweb,
netwin has a built-in server for this that runs on the standard http
port (80). that means your production web server can't run on the
standard port, which is NOT a good thing.
my recollection is that you can run webmail (surgeweb) on a different
port, but that wouldn't be user-friendly either. the url would have to be:
http://www.mymailserver.com:8080 or some such.
also, not a good thing.
that's my recollection and i could be dead wrong......
then again, if your hardware can handle it, running two virtual servers
on the box would solve that problem.
advanced web systems
On 8/22/2011 4:41 PM, Stan Greenspan wrote:
> Working on moving my SurgeMail installation to a new machine at a new colo. It has been suggested that I build the machine up to the point of installing SurgeMail, then initiate mirroring.
> The questions I have are:
> 1. I will need to run 2 licenses for about 72 hours or so. Is this possible with a trial?
> 2. Is the syncing of the 2 systems dependent on the IP numbers in the DNS. Are there any special procedures I need to follow?
> 3. I am planning on reducing the number of computers I use and will be running both my web and mail on one machine. Does this cause any problems or will careful DNS planning be enough?
> Stan Greenspan
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