Hi everyone... have been having this issue since upgrading to Exch server 2003 and hope someone can help point me in the right dirction.
It was a new install, not upgrade from 5.5. Running on Windows 2003 server as a DC Also runnign DHCP, DNS and WINS on this box Also running ISA 2004 on stand alone server running under Windows 2003 server.
Regardless of whether it is an internal or external bound email message, when I click on the Send button, the Outlook client hangs for 30 seconds to 45 seconds before the message is processed. One other thing that I noticed that is different under Exch 2003 when compaired to Exch 5.5... under 5.5 when you entered an email address, Exch 5.5 would resolve that address and indicate it by underlining the email address. This seemed to indicate that the server resolved the email address and knows where to send it.
Under my Exch 2003 the address never gets underlined - indicating to me that my problem might be associated with a dns resolution problem?? I have my DNS forwarding to the internet DNS for resolution when the internal dns does not know the answer.....
Anyone have any suggestions?? Appreciate the help..
1. Slow email processing
2. slow email
3. I have an incredibly slow email server. Takes about an hour to deliver mail.
4. Slow Email Delivery
5. slow outlook email process
6. Slow to process emails...
7. Slow incoming email from outside
8. Slow response when sending attachments
9. Outlook:comment input option/column when email processed/filed
10. Slow email respond for Exchange WAN connection
11. outlook 2002/XP slow emails
12. Slow Emails on some PC'
13. Outlook 2003 - slow email d/l since IE7 upgrade
14. Slow emails
15. Slow email
16. Very slow email downloads in Beta 2010 Office
17. Slow email
18. Very slow email downloads in Beta 2010 Office
19. Slow email searches
I had a user that needed to send a bulk email, a few thousand, and some were not delivered by Exchange 2007 until about 8
hours later. The email originated on a Lotus Domino server and it sent all the email through a relay connector to my Exchange
2007 server. The Exchange server then processed some of the email while some of the others took 8 hours to leave the box. On
the way out, the email leaves the Exchange 2007 server and passes through our Barracuda Spam filter which delivers the large
number of email just fine.
What can I look at specifically to determine why Exchange took such a long time to
deliver these email? I did a message tracking and it shows that the email came in at 1pm and was sent out of Exchange at
I'm curious why the Lotus server and the Barracuda server seem to handle the volume so easily and Exchange
is seemingly struggling.
i'm kinda new to this.. so please be patient if its simple...
I have a user who was using email@example.com and I
added the email address of Jane.Doe@mysite.com to her account. Well the firstname.lastname@example.org emails are being received quickly,
but the Jane.Doe are being delayed about a day or so, sometimes more.
Same thing with another... I have a user
who got married, so her email was Mary.Smith@mysite.com and I added her married name of Mary.Doe@mysite.com. Slow email on
the new email and fine on the other.
For the past week or so we have been experiencing very slow performance on our exchange server.
*Email both local and external is delayed by about 5-10 minutes. *Periodically https OWA stops working (http
OWA works) *Restarting the server fixes the issues for a couple of hours before, but the problems return *The cpu
is not pegged - major process are Inetinfo @ 25% Store @ 1-2 % That being said if I open up "process
explorer" the application crashes saying not enough handles or something like that *Server is virus free *Exchange
2003 SP2 on Windows 2003 SP2 *We have reinstalled IIS to see if that fixes it, unfortunately no. *EventLogs seem
normal *Microsoft Tech Support is no help.
Any help is greatly appreciated. I will even go as far as giving
the person who helps fixing the problem a gift cert to store of choice.
If I send an email from my gmail account to an exchange account it takes 5 min. This is on a win 2k3 enterprise server. So
no pop3 connector. It also takes about the same amount of time to send out an email... Its just text nothing fancy.
I was wondering what could cause this issue... I have symantec endpoint client running on the server, but no anti
spam software. I have sender id filtering, sender filtering, content filtering ect.. setup for anti spam purposes...
Any ideas that would cause slow email response from outside addresses such as yahoo email accounts? Seems to take awhile
about a full 2mins somtimes. I have checked DNS STUFF and it shows 4.2ms delivery time though. Im confussed, any suggested
tips looking into? PS in a few months were upgrading to Exchange 2003 though.
Hello everybody, I am recently experiencing problems when sending some emails with an attachment. Those emails, when
sent, stay in the outbox folder for minutes before being sent, even if they are pretty small (about 700KB-1MB). This
happens both for internal and external mails but I don't know what it could be that slows this process so much.
Recently, in order to raise the number of outbound threads the value of registry key
HKLM/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/MSExchangeIMC/OutboundThreads has been changed from 1 to 2, but I don't know if this
could be related. What it could be?
In a business environment, it is difficult to see whether you have processed
or actioned an email (other than that it is not in bold or has a flag, -
without opening it up), and what the outcome was. Outlook should provide a
column or an option to select an add a note pop-up where you can add
comments relating to the email (like in Excel). For example you receive an
email from a client to query a purchase they have made, and want to make a
note attached to the email quickly stating for example that you have called
the supplier (and the date) and the unit is on back-order, and the ETA is
99/99/9999. Currently the only option is to create a post to the folder with
the same subject - as far as I can see.
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I have problem with Outlook XP client downloading emails from Exchange
2000 over WAN connection.
Outlook XP only download the headers(the text), minus the attachment.
Does Outlook XP behaves this only in "Slow Link" mode? Is there a way
to force Outlook to download the full contents of email? Currently when
I try to open an email attachment, Outlook XP will freeze while
downloading attachment. It may takes several minutes depends on the
I understand that Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003 combination greatly
improves the issues with the cache exchange turned on, plus the
Our exchange server is located in another office and we connect over a 2MB
VPN. My colleague and I both access an additional mailbox which is the
support email mailbox. If an email with a 1MB attachment comes in I click on
the email it takes about 30 secs for the email to appear in the reading pane.
If my colleague access the email it take 1 second to appear in the readig
pane. We still then both take another 30 seconds to download the attachment.
We both run XP SP2 with Outlook 2003
SP2. Both used cached exchange mode
for personal and additiona mailboxes. Both are set to download full items
except on slow connections. Both computers and users are in the same OU, same
network, same switch.
Can anyone come up with any suggestions why my colleage has the email appear
First time post here (so be gentle!). Since upgrading to IE7, downloading
emails has become painfully slow. The notebook is an Xtreme CTX (T2700 with
2Gb RAM), and am connecting via a broadband connection (3500kbps) on which
there are no speed issues. Currently using Bullguard Spamfilter, which was
not causing any speed issues previously, and disabling the spamfilter makes
no difference. Downloading emails was fast, and painless previously.
Interestingly enough, since the upgrade to
IE7, if I open IE7 while Outlook
is attempting to d/l messages browsing in IE7 is also painfully slow; normal
browsing resumes when Outlook is closed.
To give an indication of the speed issue - during last session 28 emails
size 422kb took 28 minutes to download!
Recently I migrated my organizations mailboxes from an Exchange 2000 server to an Exchange 2003 server. Everything works
great except for searching through large folders in users Outlook clients. For instance, I have 15K some-odd emails in my
sent items folder. If I use the "look for" feature in Outlook to search for an email in my sent items folder, it seems that
Outlook will instead of looking from the oldest email to the newest, it will look in groups of scattered date ranges. This
was working fine untill my migration.