I'm new at this forum and I have just a question about Kerio connect server.
Currently we use an another Groupware server, but we are not really happy with. Our biggest problem is the really slow caldav engine of our current server.
What i need to know before we start (or better to decide: do we start or not) with our own tests with Kerio is your practical knowledge with Kerio.
We have just 30 users and <5,000 events at the database. That's nothing for a groupware database....
Our server needs 5 minutes (if we have only one client connected) to provide the events via caldav to our Thunderbird/Lightning clients. Our hardware is in my opinion more than enough.
The server is a 2x xeon 4-core CPUs running w2k8 64-bit, 12GB RAM and 3GBit network connection to LAN.
It makes me sick just thinking about it (this hardware and 5 minutes)!
What's your experience with Kerio. Is Kerio better, much more better? So I can accept a delay of 20-30 seconds but not 5 minutes...
Which version is the best trial stage Kerio x.xx <--> Thunderbid/Lightning x.xx?
Regards and thanks in advance!
Looks like you have a pretty well-spec'ed out server. However, the most important contributing factor to Kerio Connect performance is the disk subsystem. The same is probably true for your current groupware service. What are you using? SATA drives? SAS? RAID? What level?
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