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jaxisland

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I am starting to get alot more delivery delay notifications on my exchange server. I am looking to see if anyone knows why this happens. Is there something I can do to get rid of the delay?

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depends...

are they all going to a paritcular domain? Are they internal or external emails? Are there any patterns as far as who is sending and who is being sent to?

Sometimes, this is as simple as adding more ram to the system, sometimes it is on the other end (your emails are being blocked), sometimes it's an antivirus program on your server having to work too hard
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My personal emails have been to 2 seperate domains, but clients across the network have had issues with many different domains. The emails originate locally to external domain names. I have yet to see a pattern to help diagnose this.

This server was just put online and I doubt that it has anything to do with hardware. It is a 3Ghz Intel, with 2GB of ram and 2 250GB hard drives. The only thing the server has on it, is Symantec for Mail and Exchange.
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did you update Symantec? may be a patch
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Have the latest and greatest.
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I'm reluctant to suggest removing norton even for a short period of time, but I would be curious as to the result

Any errors popping in event viewer?
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I can not remove symantec from a production enviorment exchange server, and I do not see anything in the event viewer.
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