Microsoft KB Archive/107099
Article ID: 107099
Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006
- Microsoft Mail Gateway to X.400 3.2
This article was previously published under Q107099
Microsoft Mail Gateway to X.400 requires at least 400K of conventional memory on the Gateway machine after all drivers are loaded.
The amount of conventional memory available on the Gateway machine determines how many recipients and attachments are supported in a message.
Configure the Gateway machine for the maximum free conventional memory. To determine the largest executable program size that can be run, use the Microsoft MS-DOS MEM command.
For additional information about maximizing conventional memory, consult your MS-DOS and network operating system documentation.
Additional query words: 3.20