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Outlook connecting to Remote Exchaneg 2010 server

Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hi all,

we have 100 outlook users currently accessing Exchange 2010 Server in the same network. But we are planning to move exchange servers to another site and i am just wondering about the latency. Should i change outlook clients to RPC over HTTPS?. The connection between sites is a 50MB Site to Site VPN.
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Hi,

it is good for you to change the connection settings as shown in picture as shown in picture, otherwise mails sitting in outbox for long time.
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