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I have one problem mailbox on our server. 70000+ mails, a lot of 20-40Mb emails in it and several managers, which have to deal with this one common mailbox via IMAP (4-5 Outlook and 4-5 iPhone).

Two client PCs (Outlook) does not work stable - Outlook prefers being disconnected, often stop update mail list (all others see new mail, but these PCs still keep silent). I have tried to reinstall Windows (corporate 7 x64) but without changes.

I think, except computers, it can be due to cables, swithes, UFOs and so on.

How can I trace loading of channel, memory, hard disk on mailserver to understand if I have ability to add another clients to this mail box or I have to buy 2 SSD disks (Raid1) instead of two currently installed WD RE4 (Raid1)? I use CentOS 6.4 and last Kerio Connect.

PS: I have bought more licenses, that currently in use, so problem is not to buy add license and be happy Wink
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