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Old 08-04-2008, 06:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am investigating installing RepliGo server and I am just looking for some information from anyone using it.
Mainly I need to know how much disk space is required. Going by the RepliGo recommended calculation we will need 164Gb of disk space for our 326 users. Is anyone getting away with less? Does everyone use local disks or are people using NAS devices?
Also, out of interest is anyone using the 4.5 device software on BES 4.1.5? Is the standard attachment viewing any better than before? Is something like RepliGo still required?

Thank you very much for any help.

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RepliGo caches email attachments locally and this is where the disk space requirement comes from. Default setting is, I think, for it to cache the last 7 days attachments but there is a reg key you can tweak to reduce this. Take a look at the Cerience website help pages, they're quite good Cerience Support Center
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RepliGo caches email attachments locally and this is where the disk space requirement comes from. Default setting is, I think, for it to cache the last 7 days attachments but there is a reg key you can tweak to reduce this. Take a look at the Cerience website help pages, they're quite good Cerience Support Center
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