Re: IMAP Bandwith
2005/9/14, Roberto C. Sanchez <email@example.com>:
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 11:39:11AM +0200, Koybe wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Can someone help me estimating the bandwith needed for a server
> > delivering mail trough IMAP using CYRUS. It's about 100 clietns in a
> > day to day use.
> No problem. You will use somewhere between 0 Mbps and the maximum
> available to your server. If all users access simultaneously, the load
> should be evenly distributed to where each user uses approximately 1% of
> the avilable bandwidth.
Sure for a local network but i was thinking about client connecting
trough the internet.
> > thank you.
> You're quite welcome. Where should I send the bill?
It's quite tough dealing with you ;-)
> Seriously, it depends on so many application- and situation-specific
> factors that any number anyone comes up with will be completely bogus.
> If you don't know how to do this estimation yourself, you should
> probably hire a consultant to come an and examine your situation and
> make the estimate or recommendation.
I know it's a bit large as a question. The goal is to get an overall
idea of what is needed.
> > Jérôme Herman
> Roberto C. Sanchez