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mcmcomput

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I have been getting frustrated with different clients using different methods and all having various issues because of limitations of how things work, but was wondering what others here use. I have also not been too impressed with the little to no performance gain when we built our new server earlier this year. dual Xeons (4 cores total, 5Gb Ram, 4 x 36Gb Raptor drives (10k RPM) in a Raid-10. vs dual xeons (4 cores), 2Gb ram, 2 x 250Gb Plain WD Drives (7200RPM).

Below is in no particular order, just wondering what everyone uses. Don't have to list specs, as I don't think they effect things unless you have like 100+ clients at a time.

  • Outlook w/ local PST & POP acct (maybe in conjunction with KSP)(Seems like the current best performance and best groupware for large numbers and thousands of emails)
  • Outlook w/ KOC (dead slow IMO)
  • Outlook w/ IMAP (Slow, but better than KOC, but lacks calendar)
  • Thunderbird w/ IMAP


I have left off Macs, because I don't use any and the majority here I would imagine have a large base of Windows based PCs.

If I forgot one or you don't use a setup thats listed above, just post it.
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winkelman

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We're 96% on Webmail to our fullest satisfaction (other 4% on Thunderbird/IMAPS).
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keithd1229

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We mostly use Outlook '03 with KOC. A few mac users are on iMail using IMAPSecure.

For us KOC is not dead slow but it could be better.
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