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    Zimbra Specs?

    Morning all,

    Having a look at Zimbra today and just wondered whether people could share their zmibra server specs versus how many users etc so I could get an idea.

    Thanks for your time.

    Kim.

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    AMD 3200+, 1Gb Ram, 100mbit Nic, 250Gb SATA drive. Ubuntu 6.06 LTS. 800 users.
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    Wow, thanks Gents. - I'm looking forward to having a play with it having watched the videos it looks fantastic.

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    It installed (good start) and logs in fine etc with the html interface, but with ajax it freezes the browser and I can't seem to find anything useful on the net about how to look at it.

    Tried IE6,7 & FF2.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmount View Post
    It installed (good start) and logs in fine etc with the html interface, but with ajax it freezes the browser and I can't seem to find anything useful on the net about how to look at it.

    Tried IE6,7 & FF2.

    Any ideas?
    You aren't going through a proxy to reach it are you?

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    I hope not

    It's installed on an internal server with the exception set to allow access to it which allows me to log in with standard OK. - With the Ajax one it says "101 items remaining" and just sits there....

    I shall install a gui on the server and try it locally I think...

    Thanks

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    We'll soon be installing it on a Dual Quad-Core Xeon with 8GB RAM and 73GB SAS drives at 15k RPM. Should be fast enough

    Will be running Ubuntu 6.06.2, supporting total of about 900 users (~100 simultaneous).
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    You like it then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    We'll soon be installing it on a Dual Quad-Core Xeon with 8GB RAM and 73GB SAS drives at 15k RPM.
    Are you sure that is powerful enough

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    Faster than my _new_ DC.

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    Kim

    What OS did you use out of interest? I see a few people are using different variations I just wonder which people have found to be the best.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylv3r View Post
    What OS did you use out of interest? I see a few people are using different variations I just wonder which people have found to be the best.
    The idea is that you use the distro that you are most comfortable with. In my test setup I was running it on Debian Etch and it seemed fine. If you have a number of Linux servers already, use the same distro as them because you WILL start to confuse yourself with the subtle differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    The idea is that you use the distro that you are most comfortable with. In my test setup I was running it on Debian Etch and it seemed fine. If you have a number of Linux servers already, use the same distro as them because you WILL start to confuse yourself with the subtle differences.
    Yeah, thats probably what I will do. I just wondered if some people had ran into complications with certain Distro's I would avoid them especially if its going to cause my a lot of head scratching in the long run.

    Thanks

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    I had an ubuntu6 CD lying on the desk so used that, otherwise I'd have used gentoo and built from source.

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