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    timothyalangorman is offline Special Member
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    Default zimbra a bit slow...

    I've just deployed zimbra to a small 30 user company. The collab suite is slow.
    I would like to have the users migrate to the web based zimbra client but currently they're stuck with thunderbird.
    any Ideas where to look?
    The server is a 3.2 p4 ghz with 2 gb ram.
    clients are XP 2.0 ghz plus systems.
    thanks timg

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothyalangorman View Post
    I've just deployed zimbra to a small 30 user company. The collab suite is slow.
    I would like to have the users migrate to the web based zimbra client but currently they're stuck with thunderbird.
    any Ideas where to look?
    The server is a 3.2 p4 ghz with 2 gb ram.
    clients are XP 2.0 ghz plus systems.
    thanks timg
    What does the server load look like. Is there anything else running on it right now?

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    Did you go through and minimize all your unneeded processes on RHEL4? (or centos as you were still deciding on os earlier)

    What's the storage running on?

    is just the ajax client slow? how about basic html mode?

    the connections inbetween...etc...

    was this box running fine with just you during testing?

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    I would like to have the users migrate to the web based zimbra client but currently they're stuck with thunderbird.
    They're stuck with Thunderbird because the web client is slow, or TB itself is slow with the Zimbra server? If it is the former, what's your standard web browser? From experience, IE6 is pretty bad with the web client, IE7 is better, and Firefox is the best. If it is the latter and you are using IMAP I think there are some settings in TB that might improve performance. Search the forums for more details; I'm pretty sure it has been discussed before.

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    Default OK here's the skinny...

    My server is only reading 1/2 the ram (1 gig) the system si swapping...
    That's prob the issue..
    I ordered the memory and will be back in business asap...
    the mozilla thunderbird client is FAST...
    It's just the web app that seems a bit slow. several of the users are using IE 6.X
    I mandate mosilla but some banks and other web apps are %^&*( hehehe
    anyway....... I plan to re-visit this post after the ram is installed.
    timg

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