How can i find the detected connection speed of an client running outlook 2007?
We are trying to analyse some odd behaviour of an outlook client running on a laptop which is not connected to the domain. It is configured to connect to our exchange servers through outlook anywhere. In some instances it takes a long while to show the logon prompt when starting outlook. We think it has something to do with de slow-link detection of outlook. The "On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP" option.
Is there a way to see if outlook is detecting a fast connection and therefor is trying to connect through TCP/IP? ( it is proberbly getting a time-out because the standaard tcp-ip connection is not possible in some conditions. After getting the time-out it is finding a connection through HTTP)