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TheMilkMen

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I am running a Kerio Connect Server on Debian 7 64-Bit for 25 users.

The built in backup runs everyday (Full on Monday and then Incremental until sunday) which I move to different server.

Is there any other routine maintenance I should be running or anyone would recommend?.

I keep Debian up to date and I keep Kerio up to date but I know that when we where on Exchange the database would need dragging and other exchange maintenance needed to be run.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Many thanks


James
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Vicky

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Hi James,

One thing I would recommend is getting your users to go through and clear out any items they don't need. We often see users get folders with huge amounts of emails in a single folder. I would suggest making sure that the users do not have folders that have more than 10,000 items per folder. If the users can maintain their folders this will help the server perform as best it can.

Another thing to keep an eye on is the size of the Kerio logs. If they grow too large they can cause the server to dip in performance so check the log size regularly or you can select each log, right click in the right hand window, go to 'Log Settings' and enable log rotation.

Any thats just my 2 cents.

All the best,
Vicky
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TheMilkMen

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Thanks

I'll check both straight away

James
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