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    Default what the max storage for zimbra?

    i don't know where to post it.. so i just post it here.. my question is what is the max storage? can it handle 5 million mail?

    thankx... alot ..

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    Yes, it can certainly handle that volume of mail and you may need a multiple server set-up - that's why Comcast chose it as their messaging platform. If you are looking for information on the Network Edition of Zimbra then I'd suggest you drop a line to sales@zimbra.com for some sizing information.
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    Hihacking this thread...

    Bill (or any other), do you have any idea on the "Briefcase" limitations (if any) ?

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    Default thanx..

    thanks you "Phoenix" for reply to my question..

    at first i want to test open source edition..

    thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klug View Post
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    Bill (or any other), do you have any idea on the "Briefcase" limitations (if any) ?
    Do you mean storage or number of files ou quoi?
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    Default recieve alots of email

    in the firm where i am training, they recieve a lots of email. en they are looking for a new solution for their mail-server..

    the quistion is a single server good enough for them?

    thanx

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    That really would depend on the number of users and their use of email i.e. whether they'r occasional users or heavy users. It's difficult to say without knowing what they're trying to achieve, what are they using at the moment?
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    Default 15 employees

    they've got only 15 employees.
    can zimbra database handle big a mount of email ?
    the most email are old mail that they wants to keep..

    thanks you
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    Yes, it can handle large amounts of email. For that configuration there should be no problem with Zimbra being able to cope. The main thing you have to ensure is that you get a good, well specified server with enough HD space and plenty of RAM (2GB or more).
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Do you mean storage or number of files ou quoi?
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    Number of files (and/or subfolders), size, etc.

    I don't think there's a size limit (except the disk space available) but I'd like to know if there's a number of files limitation.

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