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The store.exe service of the exchange server 2000 consumes all the memory?

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why the store.exe service consumes all the memory on my exchange server2000? The usage of the store.exe service is expanding until it reachs 1.8G,there will display a window to ask me to stop the service and the client outlook will be not responding as if the computer is dead. When I restart the server, everything is ok. Before it had only 1G memory,it worked very well. Now I add the memory to 2G, it occur the above thing with the same users. Please help me, or I will always restart my server.
Thanks very much.
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Here's some general pointers on tuning Exchange 2K.  By design, store.exe tries to consume all available memory, but releases it as other processes request it.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;266096


If you're running Windows 2K Advanced Server, here is an important note:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;266096
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