Our Sales Reps/Road warriors have just been moved from e-mail accounts handled by our ISP to our internal Exchange 2003 server.
Most of them use dial-up (via NT RAS) or wireless(over VPN) to connect to our internal LAN and access e-mail. They get authenticated fine, can ping both IP and Name of Exchange server, but it takes a ridiculous amount of time to connect to their mailbox (forget send, receive, and synchronize, they don't even want to wait that long).
At this point, these folks are revolting, and rightly so.
Any ideas on how to improve connection and/or performance of Outlook 2K, Outlook 2002, and Outlook 2003 clients over dial-up?