RE: Email slowness

  • From: "Kenny Mann" <Kennymann@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:21:14 -0600

We aren't using any spam filtering, only Norton AV addon for Exchange.

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dee Arnold [mailto:Deea@xxxxxxxx] 
>Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 11:08 AM
>To: [ExchangeList]
>Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Email slowness
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>Are you running any type of Spam Filtering at the server level? 
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Kenny Mann [mailto:Kennymann@xxxxxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 11:07 AM
>To: [ExchangeList]
>Subject: [exchangelist] Email slowness
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>A long time ago I was having problems with a user having email 
>problems, it would take hours, days, or possibly weeks to 
>receive some emails. I have narrowed it down to his computer. 
>OWA works (it shows all his email, even though his desktop may 
>not show it). I've tried the security policy settings 
>modifications (3 Domain Member: Digitally Encrypt, etc) that 
>Steve Moffat suggested, and they seemed to work. A couple 
>weeks later, things seem to be happening again, but not as bad 
>(seemingly). One of the weird things is that if he opens up an 
>email (any, even already read emails), then he will receive 
>all emails from the server that he hasn't already received. 
>It's as if he's having problems talking to the server. This 
>occassioanlly happens to other people, although very rare for 
>them (seemingly). He is running Windows XP, fully updated with 
>Office XP. Seemingly all the people seeing this problem have 
>Windows 2K or Windows XP. Some of them use Office 97, while 
>others use Office XP. Other parts of the network (IE: 
>Internet, FTP, etc) seem to work happily with no problems. The 
>computers seem to be fairly powerful (Above 1ghz, >= 256MB of 
>memory). Out of 40 people, only 1 person experiances this on a 
>semi-regular basis, while a total of 2 or 3 people have shared 
>his experience with their accounts.
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>Any suggestions?
>Is it possible, there is something funky with his Active 
>Directory account, perhaps?
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