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Bolle

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Hello,

I have used Kerio Mailserver once successful in an office and am thinking about using it in another one for a special purpose, but am having a few questions about this.

I need to manage about 37.000 contacts for about 5 Client PCs, which wouldn't work very well with Outlook. In my understanding, Kerio Mail Server has it's own database which is accessed through the Outlook connector. If I am right so far, which database format does Kerio Mail Server use and will it be able to handle this amount of contacts in a public contacts folder without problems?

I hope anybody understands my question and can help me - sorry for any misspellings etc., it is quite late here. Rolling Eyes

Thanks in advance and greetings,

Bolle
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winkelman

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Kerio doesn't use a database, it saves every item (email message, calendar event, contact, task, etc.) into it's own little file.
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Bolle

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The question is, would it work for the mentioned number of contacts?
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winkelman

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Perhaps you get lucky and someone with a similar number of contacts sees this message, but then still: your best bet is just to install the product and test it. See if it works for you.

I would guess Outlook/KOC will work, but not too fast. Outlook/KOFF will work faster, but is such a new product that it may not be tuned (yet) to such a large amount of items.

Sorry I'm not more of a help.
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