I'm having some serious troubles with Outlook's memory usage. This is Outlook
2007, with BCM, and synched to Accounting. Everything is up-to-date.
dual core 3.20 GHz
3 gig RAM
Main PST file is 1.8 GB, archive is 3.56 GB.
Under Active Application Add-ins, the items
still listed are:
Business Contact Manager for Outlook
Microsoft Outlook Mobile Service
OneNote Notes bout Outlook Items
Windows Search Email Indexer
Everything else is either inactive or disabled.
I'm having the usual
issues of Outlook eating up more and more memory the
longer it runs. I have to restart it at least once a day. I restarted it just
a short while ago, maybe 40 minutes ago, and it's currently at 122,096K of
memory. When I shut it down last, it was at 700,000+ K. It climbs up pretty
steadily once it's running.
I suspect that the key issue is BCM and/or the integration with Accounting?
It seems the most likely culprit, at least. But I'm not entirely sure how to
go testing this. I'm not able to disable BCM through the Trust Center, and I
don't want to lose the data or links with Accounting. But I also am very much
tiring of having to restart Outlook all the time, as well as the lag in
response from Outlook even when it is running.