Does the message leave the outbox if you click on another folder? If it is
a UDP problem, it's not that the message didn't get sent - it did. It's
that the Outlook client didn't refresh it's view (done via UDP) to tell the
folder to show that the message is no longer in the outbox. Clicking on
another folder initiates a connection to the Exchange server (not UDP), and
a manual refresh of the folder views. Otherwise, I believe that the server
initiates the connection every 60 seconds?
Gardner & White
Quote:> When sending mail from any of our Outlook 2000 clients,
> the mail sits in the Outbox for a period of up to 90
> seconds. This doesn't always happen - it happens randomly
> throughout the day at peak and off-peak times.
> The only information I can find from Microsoft resouces
> states that this was a known issue and is fixed in SP2,
> which we had installed - we now have service pack 3
> installed (both win2k and exch2k), and that hasn't helped.
> The server has 1 gig of RAM and is not stressed.
> The problem only arose a couple of months ago and to my
> knowledge nothing has changed on the network, I've heard
> this may be related to UDP issues although our router /
> switch config has not changed.
> Any ideas?