Not much really except having him try cached mode.
James Chong (MVP)
MCSE | M+, S+, MCTS, Security+
On Mar 11, 3:02 am, "BigDumpster" <BigDumps...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Here is the situation:
> Main Office in Country A (Exchange 2003)
> Remote Office in Country B (Exchange 2003)
> I have several users that travel between country A and country B. We
> have an exchange server in both offices. The complaint is that when
> the users get to Remote Office in Country B because their profile
> points to Main Office in Country A, their outlook session runs
> We have temporarily put in a measure that when they travel from
> Country A to Country B that they are instructed to log into a seperate
> profile that points them to the exchange local to where they are.
> When travel auth is turned in we do a MOVE on the mailbox from Site A
> to Site B and back when they come back.
> I would like to eliminate the MOVE portion of this as I'm fearful that
> continuing to move mailboxes can not be healthy for either exchange
> The alternative is potentially OWA but the problem with OWA and
> leaving a single profile is that Country B bandwidth is poor and is
> charged by the MB after a certain amount of traffic. So the cost
> issue is also added to the equation.
> Is there a better solution?