RE: [POSSIBLE SPAM] Network problem ? Outlook is retrieving [7:103032] posted 09/26/2005
- Subject: RE: [POSSIBLE SPAM] Network problem ? Outlook is retrieving [7:103032]
- From: "richard martin" <w2kask@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:22:22 -0400
The speed connection is 512K IPsec tunnel connection.
I had just rebooted the Exchange server and the Domain
controllers (also the master DNS server). It seems to
resolve the issue but still need to monitor.
I did reboot the exchange server alone this morning
but it doesn't resolve the issue. Why DC is involved?
--- "Arnold, Jamie" wrote:
> What speed is the connection between offices where
> this is happening?
> It's normal to see Outlook gathering data (2003)
> from Exchange. It's
> not normal for it to hang the client. Lots of
> things can cause the
> timeouts to be exceeded..many of them are Exchange
> -----Original Message-----
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> richard martin
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> Subject: [POSSIBLE SPAM] Network problem ? Outlook
> is retrieving data
> Hi.. One of my branch office is having this error
> "Outlook is
> retrieving data from the Microsoft Exchange Server"
> on their outlook
> very frequent and causing their outlook and PC to
> The exchange server is in HQ and that branch office
> is having
> Cisco-Cisco IPsec connection to HQ and connect via
> Ms Exchange Method.
> I tried to have ping test to that branch office LAN
> and the ping time is
> normal and but it have intermitent request time out.
> But if I ping the
> branch PIX external IP, there is no request time
> I found it happen often when they are search for
> those sharebox on the
> server. Strange thing is it only happen today and
> the problem is very
> serious and it happen to this branch office only.
> When I connect to the
> PC there via VNC, it drop my connection frequently.
> Last month it happen before, I restart exchange
> server to resolve it but
> this time it doesn't solve. what
> your suggestion ? The recent change is I upgrade
> PIX to new IOS. But it should affect right ?
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