Microsoft KB Archive/50151
Article ID: 50151
Article Last Modified on 2/27/2007
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 2.0
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 2.0a
- Microsoft Mail for AppleTalk Networks 2.0b
- Microsoft Mail for Appletalk Networks 3.0
This article was previously published under Q50151
The Microsoft Mail Server is a start-up (INIT) document that loads into the Macintosh's memory on start-up.
Start-up documents load into memory alphabetically. If a message is displayed at start-up explaining that the server cannot start because there is not enough memory for it to load, you must remove some of the start-up documents that are being loaded before the Microsoft Mail Server file.
If some of the removed start-up documents are needed on the server Macintosh, the amount of memory dedicated to the Server file can be lowered to free more space for the other start-up documents.
To lower the memory allocation of the Server file, do the following:
- After the server starts, put the start-up documents that are needed back in the System Folder and sign in to Mail as the Network Manager.
- From the Mail menu, choose Server Settings and lower the memory allocation setting in the Server Settings dialog box.
- Click the Update button. The server will restart, and both the start-up documents and Server file will load (if the server allocation is low enough).
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