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Server Placement (sizing of servers) - 26.Aug.2004 8:34:00 AM   
hwaarsing

 

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Hi,

I've been migrating to Exchange for several years now.

Until Ek2 i had 3 profiles (heavy user, Regular user and a light user) to calculate the placement of the server with.

Now E2k3 is around and i believe this ratings are a bit old.
Is there any body who has some more accurate information?

the Profile of the heavy user is used with the following figures.

- Receives 60 new e-mails per day (16 have attachments: five are 10 KB, four are 50 KB, four are 100 KB, two are 200 KB, one is 1 MB)
- Reads 10 old e-mails per day (four have attachments: one is 10 KB, one is 100 KB, one is 200 KB, and one is 1 MB)
- Sends 15 e-mails per day (four have attachments: one is 10 KB, one is 100 KB, one is 200 KB, one is 1 MB)
- Average size message without attachment: 4 KB
- Two new calendar items
- One new contact item
- Two new task items
- One logon and one logoff
- No public folder usage
Bandwith usage: 1.8-3.5 kbps

I think these numbers are a bit out of date, since messages a growing..

Is there any one who has a bit of more accurate numbers?

This would be appreciated.
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