RE: Store.exe

  • From: "Nguyen, Alan" <alan.nguyen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 09:00:12 +0700

Hi Satish,

I think you would like to know where your exchange server store (on the
server). Then you go to the MailBox Data (MDBDATA) folder and delete any
.log file in there.

Another thing, maybe the exchange store is not make your hard disk full.
For this reason, you need to defind your virtual memory now. 

Right mouse click on "My Computer" and then choose "Properties", choose
"Advanced" tab.

Click on the "Performace Options" button then click "Change" button.
After that you need to defind the virtual memory. 

The final, you should be restart your machine.

Good lucky.

-----Original Message-----
From: satish garimalla [mailto:satishgarimalla@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 12:51 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Store.exe

Hi all,
     Maybe this is slightly off  the topic , Just now I found out that
our exchange server STORE.EXE is using 100 percent of the server's
and thus slowing down someother applications in the network.
I Restarted the server and it did not help me much
we are using windows 2000 server ( 2.6 GHz and 64 GB HDD) .We run
5.5  on that .

Can any body guide me with the procedure that I need to adopt now.

Awaiting your quick reply

Satish Garimalla,

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