I've got a screwy one here. I am running an Exchange 2003 server. My clients are running Outlook 2000 and 2003.
Many of my clients have a problem when clicking on there "To" button in a new email or a reply email. Once in a while it just hangs. Now it's not locked up and it's not every time but every so often it will hang trying to open the address book. It takes about 3 to 5 minutes to open it. If they kill Outlook and go back in it will pop right open. This one has really got me stumped.
We've had this problem for quite some time. I even went so far as to build a new Exchange server from scratch and move everything to it and then kill the old Server. Still doing it on the client side. I should mention that this only happens on the WAN machines. All machine that are on the LAN don't have this problem.
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