This question is completely dependant on the environment. If you start your server and put 5 people on it, then you can get away with as little as 64 MB. If you load up a NT server with 1,000, applications, etc. 3 GB of RAM may not be enough. Clients take anywhere from 1/3 to 1/2 of a MB per session. I do not know the memory requirements for Groupshield. Again, that depends on how much mail it has to scan. I am sorry I can't be more specific, but without knowing how many people, how much mail, what type of use, applications, etc., I cannot give you a valid estimate. Mike
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