Store - High Memory Usage

  • From: "Joshua M. Etterman" <jetterman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 12:36:43 -0400

Any input would be appreciated:
Running Win2k Adv. Server + Ex2k  - all current on SP's, we have about
12 mailboxes and an equal number of users, although only about 5 users
are online at any one time. The system is showing that STORE.EXE is
using about 137MB of memory. Anyone think that this is unusual?
Joshua Etterman
Complete College Solutions
513 W. Chocolate Ave.
Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: (717) 508-2000
Fax: (717) 508-2001
E-mail: jetterman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
-----Original Message-----
From: Gene O'Brien [mailto:Gene@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2003 10:51 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Problem receiving attachments from one domain
Hi All,
We're running Exchange 5.5, Windows 2000 Server, and GFI Mail Essentials
8.0.  GFI: ME is on the same server as Exchange (contrary to GFI's
instructions, but it was a question of resources), using an STMP virtual
server to transfer mail to an alternate port number.  Works fine for 98%
of what we're doing.  There was an 8-bit mime problem that we solved
(mail from a few clients was never delivered properly, so we had to turn
off 8-bit mime).
Now I'm running into a problem with one particular client who emails us.
No matter what he sends in the way of file attachments, they show up on
our desktops as files with "zero" size.  Interesting, in Outlook, the
attached file shows a file size defined, but when saving the attachment,
it saves as 0 bytes.  When we attempt to open the files, they open MS
Word or Excel, but come through as blank documents.
I've looked at the various logfiles, and as far as I can see, nothing is
being blocked or changed along the way.  The client swears that they
send documents to loads of other people without problems - we're the
only ones reporting a difficulty with their stuff.  They do use
something called "Deltaview" (which i've never heard of) to compare
versions of documents, but i've had them send things not run through
this as well, to see if maybe that was the problem.  It wasn't, the
documents still came through as blank.
ANy ideas on what to look for here?  Any advice would be appreciated -
this is one of our company's attornies, and the CEO is annoyed!
Gene O'Brien
Network Administrator
Three Cities Research
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