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Exchange Transport Slowing down Internet

Posted on 2011-03-16
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When i send out a mass mail via exchange my internet connection grinds to a stop, if i disable the exchange transport service my internet connection returns to normal.  My Internet connection is 8Mb SDSL.
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Muzafar Momin earned 500 total points
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set the QOS (bandwith) limit on firewall for SMTP trafic to manage Internet and mail flow
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There is not a lot you can do except the suggestion above. You may have a 8Mb downstream but probably a fraction of that upstream. However not all firewall offers the bandwidth option.
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