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laurentiud

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I have a Kerio Mail server installed on a station configured as a server from hardware point of view. The operating system is Windows XP Pro.

Sending mails - no problem.

My problem : in Logs, on mail, the recipient arrives instantly from outside, but the mail, sometimes, is delivered with delay of about 10min to 1 hour, or, sometimes, it is not delivered at all.

Help me !
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shaggie16

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What email clients are you using? What sort of account? i.e. is it POP, IMAP, KOC?

If I understand you correctly, according to the log, an email arrives at the mail server, but the recipient does not receive it for some time. If the account is IMAP or POP, how often is the email client set to check for new messages? If the account is KOC I don't think this applies.

For instance, the default with Outlook express is 30 minutes.....

If the above is of no use to you, send a test message from outside, then check the users webmail account to verify that it HAS been delivered to the mailbox.
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