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willoneal

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I have a customer with 200+ accounts that needs a new mail server.

I'm thinking of doing this in Amazon's cloud.

Does my head need adjusting, or is this a good idea?

I've got a test server running now and it's working fine on a micro instance, but I have no way to put it under load.

I'd make the instance bigger, of course, but I don't know if I should proceed with this thinking or start thinking new?

Thanks,
Will O'Neal
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RoadKingRick

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Alas, yet another excellent question that has gone ignored by the very people we depend on for accurate, pertient answers....

I'm sure Will has long ago made his decision, and I would have loved to have seen some banter about it here, as I am considering this as one of my going forward scenarios.

Hope you did well, Will!
Care to share what you ended up doing?



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willoneal

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I ended up on Linode. It was a good choice at the time, but it is expensive. Very fast. Zero problems with reliability. But due to the expense, I'm looking to move elsewhere now.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Have a look at Webropia. https://www.webtropia.com

Brian Carmichael
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TheMilkMen

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I can recommend Vultr and Digital Ocean

I want to say that I think I've seen it discussed elsewhere that Kerio on AWS is not recommended due to the way amazon calculate usage and IO.
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