No, Shared Mail is different, that is the separate database for 
This is "checkbox" in the template properties for a template database. The 
idea is kind of similar, but while there are some gotcha's that you should 
be careful with, you can "undo" your databases back to full templates. 
There is also a very small amount of extra CPU consumed, or so I've read.

Tom Kreimer
Information Alternatives

That isn't Shared Mail, is it?

Tom Kreimer <tkreimer@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent by:
02/07/2005 09:52 PM
Please respond to
Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Re: Another Upgrade Question

Don't forget that with 6.x you can use a Single Copy Template, which will 
drop the mail template down to around 1 megabyte.

Tom Kreimer
Information Alternatives

How many users do you have?   When we upgraded to 6.5.x, the mail template
size "got" us.  The mail template doubled in size...  so with 1000 users
and the template was 7mb and then jumped to 14mb.

Mark K Roper
Director - Information Technology
Kimball Hill, Inc

Further questions:
First, if there is a site that can answer these, I will gladly stop
bothering you.

The 170 that we have has about 7-9GB of available DASD. If we upgrade
Domino to 6.5.1 and apply the v5r1 PTF's to it, how much DASD will be 
Then, moving forward, when we go to upgrade to v5r3, how much will we 
If we need to purchase additional DASD, now is the time, before we get 
crunch time.

If we are running at 86-89% CPU Utilization under R5.0.12, will we see a
reduction in the R6.5.x world?



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