Not yet Steve but I will on Tuesday.
Our office is closed Friday's at noon so most of the staff are gone. As well
Monday is a holiday in Canada so it will be Tuesday before I can tell how
these changes affect this problem.
Hang in there if you can. I will post more on Tuesday.
"SteveB" wrote in message
> Did you try the outlook.exe exception in the firewall I suggested earlier?
> "Chris Currell" wmklca.com> wrote in message
>> Thanks Cliff for your thoughts and you bring up some good points.
>> All of our computers are running the firewall built in to Windows XP. I
>> really do hate that piece of software. It seems to cause problems with so
>> many programs for us. It is quite possible that it is the XP firewall.
>> How can I completly disable the firewall on a few comptuers to test this
>> We are not using ISA on the SBS server. Instead we are using a Watchguard
>> Firebox X550e with the latest software.
>> Thank you for your time and thoughts.
>> "Cliff Galiher" gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> 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
>>> 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 news:eOBO1USCJHA.4456@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>>>> 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.