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vandalen

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We use Exchange (considering going to Kerio once 6.1 is out).

Now, we have many users that have folders (i.e. Inbox) with over 56,000 items.

Does anyone have a similar situation using KMS?, how does it perform?
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peterj

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We have users that have less than 3000 messages in folders and this enough to make KMS run with serious problems

Unstable, buggy & most of all - S--L--O--W-------.......
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vandalen

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That is pretty bad. Our public folders contain even more messages.

Maybe I need to wait for 7.0 which I think someone mention they will be adding database support.

Bommer, I guess time to upgrade to Exchange 2003 :(
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lebobo

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I've the same problem (more thant 3000 messages in my InBox). You can solve this problem : create 'subfolders' in InBox and OutBox. You can create 'Jan2005', 'Fev2005', 'Mar2005'... folders. I done it and KOC seems to be more speedy.

[Updated on: Mon, 24 January 2005 19:36]

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peterj

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hardly a solution!!!
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vandalen

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Thanks but it is not a solution for us.
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somewhere in this forum, i read a post somewhere i think, that there might be database support in the (near) future ? If that's true, problem solved..

I would love it, when kerio could use mysql .. butt burning fast...
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