Microsoft KB Archive/108374
Article ID: 108374
Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006
- Microsoft Mail Gateway to SMTP 3.0
This article was previously published under Q108374
Version 3.0 of the Microsoft Mail Gateway to SMTP displays the memory available to the log file or the Gateway PC screen in the following line:
Idling: 48452 bytes, largest 47428
This means that, in conventional memory, after the Gateway has loaded, there are 48452 bytes available, and the largest contiguous space is 47428 bytes. These numbers vary depending on whether the TCP/IP and networking software are loaded high.
NOTE: SMTPGATE.EXE must be executed with a -Cd parameter.
The Gateway code determines the memory available by calling two C library routines:
_MEMAVL for the available memory
_MEMMAX for the largest contiguous space.
Additional query words: 3.00