bandwidth requirements for Outlook



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bandwidth requirements for Outlook

Postby YWxld2lz » Wed, 10 Nov 2004 04:33:04 GMT

I am trying to determine bandwidth requirements for Outlook connecting to a 
centralized exchange server on a Frame Relay WAN.  I will be utilizing the 
shared calendar functionality of exchange.  Can someone point me in the right 


bandwidth requirements for Outlook

Postby Chuck Davis » Wed, 10 Nov 2004 05:06:59 GMT

Outlook connecting to a 
be utilizing the 
point me in the right 
The application Microsoft Office Outlook has no bandwidth
requirements. Only the person waiting for messages to come
and go has the requirements. It will work on the slowest
dial up Internet connnection.

RE: bandwidth requirements for Outlook

Postby YWxld2lz » Wed, 10 Nov 2004 05:36:02 GMT


I am trying to determine how much bandwidth Outlook will use when connected 
to a centralized Exhcnage via Frame Relay network.  Since I am using the 
calendar function, I need to determine how ofetn the outlook/exhange sends a 
keep-alive and when it does how mauch bandwidth it requires.  I am looking at 
a DS0 (56K) connection with a 16K CIR.  So ultimately, I need to know how 
many people this configuration will support.  I know the bandwidth 
requiremtns for my other applications just not exchage and outlook.  Any 

RE: bandwidth requirements for Outlook

Postby Chuck Davis » Wed, 10 Nov 2004 05:54:19 GMT

use when connected 
I am using the 
outlook/exhange sends a 
requires.  I am looking at 
need to know how 
outlook.  Any 

If there is little activity, there should be no problem. If
hundreds are continually updating calendars each hour,
probably! It's really a matter of usage.

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