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Topic: Google the mail brakes

I note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time, in half-minute the client notes it and starts to synchronize a folder on-new. For whom  IMAP+gmail works quickly?

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, aik, you wrote: aik> I Note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time, in half-minute the client notes it and starts to synchronize a folder on-new. For whom  IMAP+gmail works quickly? Works quickly and without problems.... <<RSDN@Home 1.3.108 alpha 5 rev. 56>>

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, _Raz _, you wrote: aik>> I Note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time, in half-minute the client notes it and starts to synchronize a folder on-new. For whom  IMAP+gmail works quickly? _R _> works quickly and without problems. Abruptly. In what  imap.googlemail.com?

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, aik, you wrote: aik> Abruptly. In what  imap.googlemail.com? C: \> ping imap.googlemail.com Pinging googlemail-imap.l.google.com [173.194.220.16] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 173.194.220.16: bytes=32 time=23ms TTL=47 Reply from 173.194.220.16: bytes=32 time=23ms TTL=47 Reply from 173.194.220.16: bytes=32 time=23ms TTL=47 Reply from 173.194.220.16: bytes=32 time=23ms TTL=47 Ping statistics for 173.194.220.16: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0 % loss), Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds: Minimum = 23ms, Maximum = 23ms, Average = 23ms... <<RSDN@Home 1.3.108 alpha 5 rev. 56>>

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, _Raz _, you wrote: aik>> Abruptly. In what  imap.googlemail.com? _R _> _R _> Pinging googlemail-imap.l.google.com [173.194.220.16] with 32 bytes of data: _R _> And, , it each time  in a miscellaneous, if through dig +trace imap.googlemail.com.

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, aik, you wrote: aik> I Note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time Always so was Periodically. Depends on a moon phase.

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: aik>> I Note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time SK> Always so was Periodically. Depends on a moon phase. I selected what that specific IP from  and as that at once . Funny.

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Re: Google the mail brakes

Hello, aik, you wrote: aik>>> I Note rather strong brakes with  from thunderbird. IMAP connection with the server  for what that time SK>> Always so was Periodically. Depends on a moon phase. aik> I selected what that specific IP from  and as that at once . Funny. Well, technically, GeoDNS can offer you IP servers being on your continent, as though "nearby", according to the owner of service (to put it mildly it not always represents the facts), practically some of these IP can be inaccessible. For example your provider of the last mile did not agree about direct transit with one of main and to the provider of this data-center, on this is is specific this IP the traffic walks through adjacent continent. (At what these contractual relations can change some times at an o'clock, with what periodicity there automatics from CRM preempts rules, at everyone ISP for each router) Or there the piece of iron, a router what, on it was specific a route, overheats also each three minutes on a minute reboots. Generally the miracle that a global network though as that works.