2007 Managing Mailboxes
Each Outlook user at
UAMS is allotted space on the Microsoft Exchange Server, where all Outlook
mail, contacts, and calendars are stored. Although many of your messages
might be essential documents, they can quickly consume multiple megabytes
in disk space; the biggest culprits are e-mail attachments.
FAQ – Disk
Quota on Mailbox limits
What are the mailbox
How do I check the mailbox limits?
How do I arrange messages based on size in my Inbox?
How do I compare the size range
of my message?
Managing your Mailbox
2007 Mailbox Cleanup Tool
You can quickly view the size of your
mailbox, search for files by size or age, and then delete, move or archive
those files to cleanup space.
Store Attachments Outside the Mailbox Large
attachments such as graphic files (pictures, maps) or databases can
require enormous disk space. Avoid using attachments if you can send the
message in the body instead.
Mailbox folders count in your Outlook file space quota. These include your
Inbox, Sent Items, Deleted Items and any folders you create.
NEW! How Tos
Creating Personal Folders in Outlook.
Searching for Large Emails
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