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    Default How To Spped Up Zimbra?

    Well it install corectly using Linux Cento-OS no problem what so ever i can login and configure everything.. but i need to make run faster on a slow dsl conection its doo-able but modem it take more than 2 minutes just to load the login. I want to know which file to configure to minimize the load time. help me please help me... this was for yesterday......

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    Does your server meet the minimum specifications for Zimbra? Have you searched the forums? This has been covered in the past couple of days.
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    The server has 250 gigs of hardrive 2gig of memory dual procesor 3.6 ghz dvd rw and so onnnnnnn...... I have manage to stumble upon an area that alows me to configure the zimbra from high resolution to low resolution but need more help with that...

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    At this time there really is no way to further reduce the download size. It should only hurt you the first time. After that it should be cached. Are you still seeing long login times after the first use?
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    I've tried to find instructions to increase Tomcat and java memory performace but having trouble locating them with in the zimbra installation folder... Dont now if that will help...

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    zmlocalconfig should have the Tomcat java options.
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