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[Exchange 2010] Why takes visiting webmail a long time?

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Hi,

I have configured an Exchange 2010 server with OWA. When I visit the URL (https://mail.boerendans.nl), it takes 20 seconds when the login page is available. I think that can be faster.

Hardeware of the server: 2,8 Ghz with 4 GB memory.

I think its not a performance issue.

There are 7 users active on the Exchange 2010 server. They check their mail about 2 times a day. The Exchange 2010 is a very basic installation (no unified communication etc.)

Locally (https://localhost/owa) on the server, it works fine.
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by:Neil Russell
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4GB Memory???

What roles does this exchange server run? HT?CAS? DB?

If it is a single server with ALL roles then you should be running a recomended 16GB memory at least.
What else runs on that server?
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Akhater earned 500 total points
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I opened the link and it didn't take 20 seconds at all, I don't think you are having any issues.

OWA page is known to be a bit slower to show the first time after it goes idle for a long time try loading it first, then close the browser and load it again does it load fast enough ?

if yes then you are good
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by:Neil Russell
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Takes about 10-12 seconds from here in the UK
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by:manu4u
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Could be Bandwidth or Firewall ....
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by:Neil Russell
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You should though be reading.... http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298121.aspx

You server is underspec and is not a supported install. You drop below the Minimum supported hardware requirements.
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by:bboerendans
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I have added 4 GB memory.

Config is now: 2 CPU's and 8 GB. It takes 12 seconds to see the page.

It's not a bandwith issue. The server is connected with a fiber connection (30mb download en upload).

Any ideas?
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by:manu4u
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Mate, Locally is it working properly?

If yes, then it wouldn't be anything related to Server ... You could check your Firewall settings .. ssl cert provider is also worth a look . ..
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by:manu4u
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This could be even an issue relating to CRL checking...

An article which touches on similar CRL certificate validation issues :
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2008/07/08/449159.aspx

Hope this helps
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