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FrankG

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Hello,

We have Kerio running now for a week.
I got reports from my users that the find the opening and shufling of calendar items slow.
We come from a exchange server and migrated to Kerio.
Our clients are outlook 2003 with the latest service pack.

What can i do to make it faster?
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winkelman

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The things that do help is very fast hard drives in the KMS server (switching from 7200 RPM ATA to 15000 RPM SCSI drives made KMS webmail much faster here) and, of course, making sure your network is fast enough.

But it will not be as fast as Exchange...
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FrankG

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Because we run also Oracle but on a other server the whole network is 1 gbit.
Server where kerio is running is a dual 2,8 ghz with 1 gigabite ecc mem and scsi disk running in raid 0
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winkelman

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Well... then KMS is probably as fast as it will be...

Kerio is fully comitted to making the KOC available with 'offline' support. This could take a while before it's released, but when it is, is suspect Outlook/KOC will become faster. AFAIK Outlook will then run 'locally' and items will be synced to the server in the background.
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FrankG

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I am looking forward to this "new" option of offline.
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