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Type of memory optimization changes could you do for Exchange 2003?

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Type of memory optimization changes could you do for Exchange 2003?
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How much memory do you have on your server?  On a 4GB server, you typically add /3GB /UserVA=3030 to the boot.ini and let Exchange take care of the rest.
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