Jeff Buehler wrote:
> The reason I mention licensing is because I am dumbfounded and can't
> think of anything else. I am actually not certain how to even verify
> the licensing for Exchange systems (other than i know this network is
> per seat, not server based), but because a few new machines (not
> accounts, machines) have this problem I am reduced to grasping at
> straws. However, there are no errors other than one or two users of
> these machines (not all of them) at a time have this problem - how do
> I verify if it might be related to a licensing problem or not?
If it is licensing you will have messages in your application event log
on the Exchange server with a source of "licensing service".
You can check you licensing in Start -> All Programs -> Administrative
Tools -> Licensing.
James W. McKeand