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Exchange Server 2003 Clients Using Outlook Expierence Delays

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We have a medium sized network. We have been running exchange 5.5 and have recently upgraded to Exchange 2003. The client machines are running Outlook 2000 and 2002. Some of the users have been expierencing a delay after hitting the send mail button. The delay lasts about 15 seconds, and sometimes a box pops up stating that it is looking for our old server (Cedar). The message goes away and the email goes though fine.
My solution to fix this has been to delete the old profile, and then set it up again. This seems to have helped.
Its almost like there is some cached addresses somewhere that need to be flushed.

Is there any way to accomplish this without deleting the profile on all users accounts.

Thanks!
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A 'profile' is actually registry entries, so sure - just identify the appropriate registry entries, and use standard techniques to remove or modify the ondes you don't want.
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