Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC
My email tells me that I am storing 70% of emails with the server and that I will stop receiving or sending unless I remove the 70%. The 'Leave a copy of message on the server' is unchecked. What else do I look at?
Actually this issues can be resolved through a very simple method. If you intend to keep some e-mail and want to save space in your inbox at the same time, i suggets you try the following:
1. In your outlook 2003, click on File (note: this has to be on the main page and not on a new e-mail document that you're working on)
2. Under the file link, select Data File Management
3. Select the add link to the right of the box that opens up and select the first option (office outlookm personal file .pst)
4. Follow through the process, click OK on the following box and click done.
In your outlook, you will notice that a new folder called personal folders has now appreared. This personal folder icon, represents a virtual folder on your hadisk where you can store all your e-mail (the ones that you deem important anyways) and free up space. You can repeat this process to create several folder and eventually, create a a subfolder under each personal folder the the purpose of segregating your information. Also, when doing housekeeping, make sure that not only items from the deleted folder is removed but also those of sent folders and junk e-mail folders as well. I Hope this information helped. Please do let me know if it works out for you, else i can run you through step by step on a more finite process. Thank you.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
I don't know if it is resolved yet. I did have over 450 emails in my "delete" folder and so have deleted them and hopefully that will solve the problem. I guess I will have to wait to see if Bigpond contacts me again.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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