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Future delivery option in Outlook

Posted on 2006-11-16
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I am a significant user of the "future delivery" option to manage my workflow.

I have recently noticed that if I am not connected to the Exchange server at the time of the specified future delivery then the message will not actually send until I subsequently connect to the Exchange server.  Can you tell me the configuration setting change to cause Outbox items to be sent from the server (not from my client)?
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Greetings, darovitz.

You must be running Outlook in cached mode.  Assuming that you are, then this is a known problem.  See this page for more details.

http://www.messagingtalk.org/content/412.html   (look under the section "Some Issues that you may encounter")

Cheers!
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