|Re: OL2003 reply very slow
Group: microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs · Group Profile
Author: Cliff Galiher Date: Aug 29, 2008 03:53
I'm gonna take a slightly different interpretation of events here, but the
fact that outlook 2007 doesn't have a problem makes me second guess that it
is a server issue. The fact that it is happening to all outlook 2003
machines would eliminate some fluke outlook configuration too.
My gut reaction is to say that outlook 2003 was more reliant on proprietary
MAPI calls than 2007 (when will MAPI finally die?!?) so....I'm thinking
client proxy/firewall misconfiguration perhaps??
Do the XP clients have a third-party firewall? If not, is the XP firewall
enabled? Are you using ISA and is the ISA client installed?
Just a couple of thoughts to pursue this line of thought...
"Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]"
heybuddy.donotsendme.unsolicitedmailatyahoo.com> wrote in message
> Chris Currell wmklca.com> wrote:
>> a bunch of users in our office are complaining that when they reply
>> to an email message it takes about 30 seconds or so for the reply
>> window to appear and or the replied email to leave there computer. We
>> are running SBS 2003 and all the computers in the office are running
>> XP with Office 2003, (all service packs for both). Does any one have
>> any idea on what may be causing this?
>> I am running Office 2007, (the only person in he office) and do not
>> have this problem.
> Hi - I suggest you post questions like this in
> microsoft.public.windows.server.sbs, as it's not likely to be an Outlook
> issue per se. I'm setting up this reply to crosspost there for your
> convenience. Please include more information, such as your current SP
> levels on everything on the server, whether anything else seems sluggish,
> and whether your users are using cached mode, what they've got in their
> mail profiles, etc.