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Replicating databases for disaster recovery

We run Exchange 2000 server and I've recently installed a second Windows 2000 server (as additional Domain Contoller for the existing domain). I want to install a second Exchange server to be used for disaster recovery. The replication of Active Directory is done. Now, how can I do the replication of Exchange Mailboxes and other components?
While Exchange has internal mechanisms for replicating public folder contents, it has no such mechanism for replicating mailboxes. You can find third-party products that replicate data for DR purposes, though. Have a look here for a list of third-party Exchange partners.
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