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Outlook 2007 with Exchange force Send & Receive every x minutes

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Hi,

We have Outlook 2007 with Exchange 2007 and need force Outlook to check schedule Send & Receive to run very 30 minutes. Under Options, Send & Received is already configured by default to 30 minutes but emails are still received immediately. I read that there is a bug with Outlook 2007 regarding send & receive scheduling that is not affecting Outlook 2003. Is this correct and is there a patch or work around?

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actually if you are using MAPI it will come on time, if you are using POP or IMAP it will check every 30 minutes as you configured.
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Thanks, Waleeda. To clarify, we the want Outlook only check and receive email every 30 minutes. This is a requirement so that users will not be disturb with new messages.
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