[THIN] Re: OT: Outlook Notification Delay

Found the answer for those interested. The users are running Windows XP =
Pro and after we installed Service Pack 1 they went ahead and enabled =
the built in Firewall - disabling this stopped the delay and returned =
them to normal Outlook response times.

Justin



-----Original Message-----
From: Justin Martin=20
Sent: May 26, 2003 9:57 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] OT: Outlook Notification Delay



Very off topic but maybe some else has experienced the same issue. Seems =
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like 2 of my users running Outlook 2000 have problems with the delivery =
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of new mail. If I send one of them an email, the new mail notification =
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does not show up until they switch from the inbox folder to another. =3D
This happens with both internal mail and external mail. Both of these =
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users have been given new pc's, tried re-building profiles, checked all =
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settings. Any ideas??? To me this is not super important more of just a =
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pain in the butt for the users.

PS - Server is running Exchange 2000 (was running Exchange 5.5 and still =
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had the same issue), Client has had issues running both Outlook 2000 and =
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XP.

Thanks

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