I have a problem with an Outlook client and performance against Exchange 2003 server.
The error client side gets is:
“Trying to contact Exchange server dc1…”
The scenario is SITE 1 with exchserver1 and dc1 (main site) and SITE 2 with exchserver2 and dc2.
Affected users are on SITE 2 with exchange server on the main site.
As far as I know, the only service that a domain controller may provide to Outlook is global address book which synchronizes Active Directory and Exchange.
What’s more, affected users are on a different site than dc1 is located, so I thought
I found the answer msexchange site (I’m not allowed to post the address).
by creating a new RUS (Recipient Update Services) on Exchange System Manager.
This is not possible as RUS rule would be: Users on exchserver1 (main site) check address book on dc2 (remote site), affecting main site.
Please any light shed on this issue would be appreciated.
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