Delayed Delivery in Outlook 2003

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Exchange Server : Win2k3 Outlook Client: Outlook 2003 OS of client: Win2k A number of people cannot get the delayed email option to work. I have taken them off of cache mode for the Outlook client and still the message will not be sent until they are actually on the machine again. In other words, the message will not be delivered if the machine is off... This used to work well with Exchange 5.5 Need help please...

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First I would download and run the Microsoft Exchange Performance Analyzer Tool to find out any problems with your Exchange server. Select the second option: “Multiple users are complaining of delays…”. See if that sheds any light and go from there.

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  • Toddman
    Also see if the client side is set to store email locally instead of on the server.
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  • Johnnyboy2
    The analyzer tool did find sone problems but pointed to free / busy info of which I did have some problems. The problem layed with the site folder being deleted in Active directory without being replicated... I checked out the second suggestion and nobody has the mail delivered locally.
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