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I have spent lot of time googling around to find an explainatory answer to my doubts but nothing...

I have a Exchange 2003 SP2 on a Windows 2003 Domain. Most of clients have Outlook 2003.

Now.. I have a User "Bob" that has his little mailbox and another one (big.. 3GB) attached.

  • If I put Bob on a Windows XP SP3 with Outlook 2003 SP3 all works fine. No errors, no delays.
  • If I put Bob on a Windows 7 SP1 with Outlook 2010 problems begin. Attached mailbox is not cached.

1st: I've had to increase the objtFolder and objtfolderview limits on Exchange server registry beacause of the event in the subject of this question regarding that object limit exceeded. Why?? Does Outlook 2010 open more objects than Outlook 2003?

2nd: I really don't figure out why switching from Bob's mailbox to the attached mailbox it takes every time 10-15 seconds.

Can anyone help me to answer these doubts??

Thank you very very much. Francesco

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Hey! Nobody there?? =) – Bianko Feb 13 '12 at 9:54

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