Topic: Performance/Scale Question.
We have installed the free version, liked it, purchase the Pro (made management a breeze)... however, we are running into performance/scale issues. For example, I have a desktop, laptop, droid and iPad all monitoring the same mail account -- and based upon the default configuration -- I am getting connection timeout issues... click ok, then everything is fine until next collision (randomly through the day).
a) How do we scale to support 4 or 5 devices polling the same IMAP account for new mail without opening ourselves up to problems?
b) Sending outbound, I can read/reply to 4 or 5 messages a minute -- I see 1 sometimes 2 emails getting stuck in outbox.
I get: The server response was: An error occurred while sending this message using the SMTP server “(null)”
wait a minute, send, wait another minute, send - no problems -- this is WAY TOO SLOW.
Is there a document how to ramp up? We are a large mail service for a couple niche industries -- and this system is scheduled for production in the morning -- 7 of us are using it live, and 2 or 3 of us are seeing the problem I am describing above.
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