RPC Minimum Connection Timeout Check
By default, Outlook Anywhere opens two default connections to the Exchange CAS called
RPC_OutData. The Outlook Anywhere client to server used a default timeout of
12 minutes (720 seconds) of inactivity and the server to the client timeout is
15 minutes (900 seconds).
These default Keep-Alive intervals are not aggressive enough for some of today's home networking devices and/or aggressive network devices on the Internet. Some of those devices are dropping TCP connections after as little as
5 minutes (300 seconds) of inactivity. When one or both of the two default connections are dropped, the connection to the Exchange server is essentially broken and not useable.
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