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Bud Durland

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I am looking for a solution to what has become a severe problem with Outlook becoming non-responsive. On my workstation (a quad core AMD with plenty of RAM and an SSD), I have to endure the circle of death several times a day. My users are getting grumpy. The mail store is about 1.5TB for 350+/- users running in Debian 7, hosted on VMWare 5.5 with high availability. Shrinking mailboxes is not a practical solution.

So, I am thinking of creating a distributed domain, and would like to hear from folks who have done that. From what I can see, Multi-Server is simply distributed domains with a dedicated directory server and a very fragile installation & update process. Confused

Feedback appreciated.
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