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PostPath Unveils Server HA v2

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- PostPath, creator of the only email and collaboration server that is a drop-in alternative to Microsoft Exchange, today announced availability of the PostPath Server High Availability Edition v2. The PostPath Server High Availability Edition v2 is a standards-based, open-systems solution for ensuring real-time business continuity and uninterrupted uptime for a companys critical email and collaboration applications at a fraction of the cost and complexity of Microsoft Exchange.

Implementing high availability with Exchange is so complex and expensive that many businesses have chosen to live without it, which in the event of a failure can cause significant data loss and extend outages while servers are reconstructed and lost data restored, a process that can take 24 hours or even several days. PostPath Server High Availability Edition v2 offers redundancy and high availability that is simple to implement and available at a fraction of the cost of any Exchange-based approach. For the first time, small and medium-sized businesses with limited budgets and resources can implement full server redundancy with manual or automatic failover capability without sacrificing native interoperability with Outlook, Blackberry and the full Exchange ecosystem.

PostPath Server High Availability Edition v2 is a complete email and collaboration server that is a drop-in alternative to Microsoft Exchange and incorporates multiple measures to ensure ongoing service in the event of a failure in the underlying hardware or network systems. It consists of a multi-server bundle with one or more instances of the primary PostPath Server that acts as the mailbox email server(s) during normal operation, plus a redundant server to take over in case of primary server failure.

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