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zebby

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Would anyone like to tell me what spec hardware they're running Kerio on?

We're looking at an initial 130 users probably mostly going to be using KOFF unless I can persuade them that the web mail is better as I would like to ditch Outlook Very Happy





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My IT Indy

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Is the server only going to host Kerio? If so you don't need much in terms of CPU and ram, but disk speed is essential. Search the forums here for recommendations.

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mpermann

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I would suggest using Kerio on a Linux based system with a very fast disk subsystem. The speed of your disks is the most important part of the system. The RAM and processor speed isn't nearly as critical as the disk subsystem. We have a user base of over 825 users with the vast majority using Mac's. Pretty much everyone uses webmail. Of course we have a large portion of staff that use mobile devices (i.e. iPhone, iPod Touch, and Win Mobile devices) as well. We don't officially support any mail or calendaring clients with our Kerio system. But that doesn't mean people aren't using them. Smile Of course we lose out on some benefits afforded by using a client with Kerio (i.e. better mail searching). But it saves us a lot of support overhead. There are some "glitches" when you use Apple Mail and iCal with Kerio that I am glad we don't have to deal with. Good luck with your setup.
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