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Posted on 2016-09-26
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Hi Experts,

we have a cluster server with one node. EXCH2007.
The server is now very slow with creating a new mailbox. This takes 10 minutes.
Before our move to another location it was less than a minute.

Can you help me to find the problem and why it takes soooo long ?
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Hi,
Please elaborate.
Will it be visible in EMC immediately or visible after 10min?
Can you configure outlook immediately after creation of mailbox or after 10min?
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by:Eprs_Admin
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After a reboot of your cluster, the creation of a mailbox takes now 1 sec :-)

But on the GUI it was visible, it took 10 minutes.

Thanks for the quick reply.
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Glad to know it is fixed.
Please check eventviewer of exchange server and look for ADAccess events to make sure Exchange server can reach your domain controller.
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