Hi There,
What Sysmsgr.exe service is for?  it is slowing my system down.
I am using windows 7, Office 2003 & 2010
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Did you install that program? If you didn't install it then just uninstall it.

This was what's on that link I posted:

sysmsgr.exe Startup Item Info
1 Known Variation
Exe name: sysmsgr.exe

Program name: OfficeCyberAlert

Company: InfoWorks Technology Company

Description: No description is currently available for this item.

Known Variations
OfficeCyberAlert sysmsgr.exe InfoWorks Technology Company 1658880 3.03

Here's another one from threatExpert:
If you mean a sysmsgr.exe from OfficeCyberAlert, then it's legit.

But if you mean the display name like below pointing to sysmsgr.exe? then it's a bad file.
[System Messenger Service] sysmsgr.exe

Rightclick on the file and look at the properties and see if it has a company name.
Where is the file located?
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Instead of sysmsgr.exe did you perhaps mean sysmgr.exe ?
Assuming for the moment you did, here's information on sysmgr.exe :

As stated, some Malware camouflage themselves as sysmgr.exe.   You could check to see if your file is located in c:\windows or the c:\windows\system32 folder.

Whichever file you meant, and just to be sure, have you tried scanning for Malware with Malwarebytes?
If no, try downloading & updating Malwarebytes anti-Malware, from here:
Run in normal mode.

Tutorial, if required:
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If you let us know whether any of the above comments helped, we can proceed from there ...  thanks.
jaypatel2101Author Commented:
Hi rpggamergirl, It is sysmsgr.exe from OfficeCyberAlert. but the link you have provided got nothing on it
jaypatel2101Author Commented:
hi Jonvee, thanks for help but its definitely sysmgr.exe, its sysmsgr.exe from OfficeCyberAlert
Some additional information, found so far ...

Another option is to download & run Process Explorer v12.04 to see if running OfficeCyberAlert (and sysmsgr.exe) is causing high CPU usage.  It may well be:

Then select "view" > System Information
System Idle Process should be ~95 to 99%

If you're not familiar with Process Explorer you'll find useful instructions, with appropriate graphics, here:

If you uninstall OfficeCyberAlert and your computer is still slow, run Malwarebytes anyway.
jaypatel2101Author Commented:
I have managed to uninstall. thanks
That's great...

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