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Old 07-19-2010, 08:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, i have some questions and i hope that you can help he solving these doubts

In our company we have some lotus domino servers: the main lotus domino is located in Italy and the others are in France and Germany.
Two french users atm are using theyr bberrys in this way: their main lotus databases are on the french server and they have a replica copy on the italian one, so basically they receive and send their mails through pop3 on the italian server.
In the last weeks we had some problems on the italian server with the npop3 process using a lot of cpu %, probably because they have huge databases and the tons of unread messages hangs the server.

Our idea was to move these 2 users to our italian bes server, but until this moment we had in it only users with their mail database in our italian Domino, what happens if i add in this bes 2 users who have their database on the french domino? Can this lead to massive network bandwith usage or any other problem?

Thanks for your help, i'm quite new in Blackberry environment.
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