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When I login ms outlook 2003 which is based on exchange server it take more time to log in it take a 10 to 15 minutes

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Hello CMS34809,

If MS Outlook takes 10 to 15 minutes, of course you have a problem.

Try to ask your Network Administrator to reboot the Exchange Server, and then restart your PC (client), log in to your Domain, and try to open MS Outlook. If this doesn't solve the problem, then I think that it can be an IP or DNS conflict in your network. Tell your Network Administrator to troubleshoot that.

Hope this helps

Please tell us about your progress

Best regards
Eduardo

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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