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ACT OUTLOOK SERVICE

Posted on 2010-08-30
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My ACT Outllook Service is again eating up over 1 gig of memory. It worked great all day yesterday and now iit is eating up the memory.  I do not have any *.msg in my history queue nor do I have any *.xml files. Any other sugguestions?
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When you look in TASK MANAGER, under the PROCESSES tab, you can see which user is running the Act.Outlook.Service.exe - it needs to be the user you are logged in as. If it is running as SYSTEM or some other user it may be trying to attach mail from another users history queue.
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