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Caching Mode slow to update after login

One of our managers that is using caching mode is complaining that when he first logs in after the weekend that it takes over 3 minutes sometimes up to 5 minute before emails start syncing to his caching mail box after the initial request is made. I know things such as autoarchive happen upon first login but was trying to find something that would tell me what happens on initial login with a caching mailbox that might explain this. I assume after login (especailly after not being in over a 3 day period) a list of messages has to be built and sent to the client. Other than that I am not sure how to explain what is going on. After the initial sync which happens when first logging in, the regular timed syncs happen pretty quickly.

7:12:01 AM Send/Retrieve Novell GroupWise
7:12:01 AM Connecting to postoffice:1777...connected
7:12:02 AM Processing requests (sent 100% of 286092 bytes)
7:12:02 AM Processing requests (received 100% of 56 bytes)
7:13:30 AM Retrieving all items (sent 100% of 777440 bytes)
7:15:07 AM Retrieving all items (received 100% of 3996706 bytes)
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Re: Caching Mode slow to update after login

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Re: Caching Mode slow to update after login

Seems pretty typical at our location. The first sync basically fails for
whatever reason (not enough resources as other workstation startup items are
initializing, too much new email to build a sync packet before the timeout
period, rebuilding local index files, I don't know what). Then the 2nd sync
(based on your configured time between syncs) works.


I know that doesn't really help you, but I can commiserate with you.

Ted

>>> On 2/22/10 at 8:36 AM, sselaya<sselaya@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:


> One of our managers that is using caching mode is complaining that when
> he first logs in after the weekend that it takes over 3 minutes
> sometimes up to 5 minute before emails start syncing to his caching mail
> box after the initial request is made. I know things such as
> autoarchive happen upon first login but was trying to find something
> that would tell me what happens on initial login with a caching mailbox
> that might explain this. I assume after login (especailly after not
> being in over a 3 day period) a list of messages has to be built and
> sent to the client. Other than that I am not sure how to explain what
> is going on. After the initial sync which happens when first logging
> in, the regular timed syncs happen pretty quickly.
>
> 7:12:01 AM Send/Retrieve Novell GroupWise
> 7:12:01 AM Connecting to postoffice:1777...connected
> 7:12:02 AM Processing requests (sent 100% of 286092 bytes)
> 7:12:02 AM Processing requests (received 100% of 56 bytes)
> 7:13:30 AM Retrieving all items (sent 100% of 777440 bytes)
> 7:15:07 AM Retrieving all items (received 100% of 3996706 bytes)

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