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FrankG

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We have to buy a new server.
What is the best solution for a good performance on the server for the kerio mail server?
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My IT Indy

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Do some research on the forum, this has been detailed many times.

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hbianchi

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If you research, you will probably find out that Operating System (Windows, Linux or Mac OS) is not a concern. And its the same about processors and memory: just good processors with 4 GB memory is enough. where you should be very careful is about the physical and logical storage stuff. All money you spend in better / faster devices is good. I have an 700 users installation, and we had performance problems until we moved to a 15K SAS Hard Disks array driven by a very good (and expensive) SATA / SAS card. Now, Kerio run withou any problem.
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