I have several mailboxes (and 3+ free to use mailboxes). But style of communication between our managers and our clients forced us to use in general one common mailbox (7-10 Outlook|Thunderbird + 10 iPhone, each uses IMAP SSL) with 300000+ mails (a log of GBs...). If I shutdown almost all of them and just add new mailclient to sync mailbox (e.g. setting up new laptop), all others stop working normally until I sthutdown currently syncing client.
What we try:
1. We update our server and this time use SSD disks so IO is not problem.
2. I devide one mailbox mail<_at_>domain.com (out mailbox known for our clients) which recend mails to two mail.office1<_at_>domain.com and mail.office2<_at_>domain.com, but it is not very useful, because of everybody must see mails from each other.
3. Connect new client from slow speed internet connection (in order to not think that current client just overload channel).
As I think, at one time only one mailclient can work with one mailbox (may be due to locking some files like .journal.db at the root of mailbox).
Which settings (may be not via GUI web console) can I use in order to increase work? Or it is impossible to optimize concurrent work with one big mailbox?
May be you know tips about this problem? May be there are simple answer with some kind of shared folders from different mailboxes or something like this?
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