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    What are the minimum hardware requirements to run Good Enterprise ?

    Thanks,
    Matthew
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    The most important minimum requirement is an unbelievable amount of patience for the bug fixes and enhancement promises that never seem to be delivered.

    I tried to Google "Good GMM minimum requirements" and a slew of other phrases and came up empty. If you go to Good's site they don't tell you any specifics without you filling out a form that requires your first name, last name, company, email, phone # and zip code. If you want to subject youself to that then here is the link:
    http://www.good.com/corp/int_whitepapersForm.php
    Treo 750 - Cingular/ATT
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    Depends on your platform. Are you running Exchange or Notes?
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    I am running exchange 2003
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    Though probably not supported, we run our install in a MS Virtual Server instance, with 1.5 GB of memory (on dual 5160's). We currently support around 50 clients and it doesn't break a sweat.
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    Virtual Server is supported. The minimum hardware requirements for an Exchange installation:

    Pentium III 800 MHZ or higher
    Minimum 512 MB RAM – (1024 MB RAM recommended)
    8 GB hard drive space free for GoodLink Server
    Required minimum LAN speed for the GoodLink Server: 10 Mb/s
    Windows 2000 Server with Service Pack 2 or higher or Windows 2003 Server

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