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Exchange Server Problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Ron264995, Jul 9, 2007.

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  1. Ron264995

    Ron264995 Thread Starter

    Mar 6, 2004
    Good day Candy & co. Today my Exchange 2003 server slowed down immensely due to the inetinfo.exe process using up ALL the memory. The CPU usage is minimal, but the available physical memory goes down to about 20Mb! If I end the process (which is in actual fact IIS), it stops and starts the relevant services and it only uses about 30Mb of memory. Then it climbs within seconds up to in excess of 600Mb. I've rooted the issue to my Default SMTP virtual server - if I stop this, it returns to normal. As soon as I start it, the same thing happens. I've read up and it seems like its pointing to a virus doing this, but my Trend Neat Suite shows no viruses (even after updating manually both pattern and DCS and running cleanups across the network and on the servers). ANY HELP - I cannot start the SMTP virtual server and no-one in my organisation can access their mail! URGENT
    Any advice/thoughts welcome
  2. ~Candy~

    ~Candy~ Retired Administrator

    Jan 27, 2001
    Hi Ron :eek: Wow, I can't help at all, but, I've put out an APB to all mods and admin to see if they might be able to.....in any event, it's been great chatting with you via email to solve your log in problem :D
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