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awj4

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When Google Desktop Search (GDS) is running my Outlook 2003 uses all my memory. 70MB memory and 460MB virtual memory and it is not released when closing GDS.

If I dont start the GDS everything is OK.

GDS has made the initial index.

Anyone seen this?
Is it kerio (KOC) or GDS that has a memory leak?

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Anders Winther
Running KMS 6.0.7 and KOC on Outlook 2003.

[Updated on: Mon, 21 March 2005 10:10]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Google Deskto Search isn't compatible with on-line MAPI providers at all. It continously gathers all e-mails from user mailbox and eats up available memory by Outlook.exe process.
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fortunato

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I had used Google Desktop Search with some success with Outlook 2002, no experience with 2003 however. I dropped GDS in favor of LookoutSoft's Lookout product. Since I don't want full-text search of documents on my hard disk, just a faster search of email, this turned out to be a good solution for me. Just be aware with either product that the index needs to be rebuilt fairly often. Good luck!
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awj4

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I will try it out

Anders Winther




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awj4

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fortunato - do you use the KOC?

Lookout also eats all my memory
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