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While I've seen BES' recommended server specifications, I'm more curious about the expected CPU/RAM usage that is typically seen. It will only be used by 5+ users right now, but it will be a heavy volume for those people.
We're currently running only 1 server w/ Windows Server 2003 SBS and its already really bogged down. I want to know if this is going to put it over the edge (i.e. if it typically eats up 1GB ram, thats not good).
BES load is quite light. However it does increase the load on the Exchange server quite a bit. BES is supported on an SBS server, so you shouldn't see too many problems.
Also don't forget that the spec
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