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Outlook 2007, exchange 2010 Ent, outbound mail sitting on screen for several seconds

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I have a fairly new, very plain exchange 2010 install.  my clients are on office 07.  i have a user who when she sends mail, the new mail windows sort of hangs for several seconds (15 or so) before the mail goes out.  

this "pause" after hitting send cannot be duplicated on any machine but hers.

thoughts?

thanks

cliff
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Is she set for cached mode?
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