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Old 06-16-2011, 04:30 PM
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Sometimes our exchange server has process failures and won't route mail until they're corrected. Sometimes the inbound side gets overloaded with mail, or gets stuck on a mail.

Nothing is WRONG, it's just not a perfect system, and there are tons and tons of points of failure.
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Old 06-17-2011, 02:21 PM
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Originally Posted by Justme2010 View Post
I know email routing and hops, but the experience has been about 99% of the time, email delivery is about 1 minute or even less, hence, the concern here.
Are you serious? A minute OR LESS?
This concerns you?
OMG... nothing needs to be that instant....
How much flipping faster do you need it??
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