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    Sperkins,
    Did you ever get this resolved?
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    Hmm, that bug states 20min of high cpu. My problem is that every time something is clicked in the webmail, workstation CPU goes 100%, hence lag for a few seconds (but can get worse... up to 15/20 sec).

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    Sorry for the delay, multiple vacations have halted this problem, but everbody is back.

    We have been looking at one of the PCs : a 3.0 ghz 512Mb laptop with XP (no Ajax slowdowns there), we've been testing and testing the internet lines, all is fine. No Virus & spyware free... same performance hit with the AntVirus disabled.

    But checking the windows version gave us a clue... xp SP1 ! That means the installed IE6 is quite... old.

    So we installed FireFox 1.5.0.6 and after a few tests zimbra is working just fine with only 1/2/3 seconds lag instead of 10/15 !

    We're now testing this solution on a longer period (during work hours...), so I'll let you know in a week if FF is the solution...

    Would a recent version of IE be also a solution ? just that either installing SP2 + 3334 windowupdates + 63 reboots for a few PCs or just D/L 4Mb of FF we opted for option 2 but some people still stick with IE...


    Seb

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    Quote Originally Posted by sperkins
    Would a recent version of IE be also a solution ? just that either installing SP2 + 3334 windowupdates + 63 reboots for a few PCs or just D/L 4Mb of FF we opted for option 2 but some people still stick with IE..
    It's no secret that Zimbra runs 2-5 times faster on Firefox than on the latest IE6. It's just that basic operations like looping over an array or concatenating strings is that much slower on IE. So if you can get your users to use the latest Firefox release you'll always have happier users. We hope IE7 will close some of this gap, but it may not catch up fully until IE8.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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