Delay in receiving mail

Posted on 2005-04-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-08

we currently use Outlook 2000 along with MS Exchange 2000 for mail.  Some of the users have started to complain that new mail does not display in there inbox until they either press f9 (refresh) or close and re-open Outlook.  As far as I know nothing has changed and probably 50% of our users have no problems.

Someone please help.
Question by:allflex
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    What you need to do is to configure Outlook Send and Receive settings to automatically check for new email.  That way they do not have to manually check (F9) or close and reopen Outlook (which is forcing Outlook to automatically check).

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