In most organizations, if you keep your e-mail on a server, such as Microsoft Exchange Server, an upper limit for mailbox size is set by a system administrator.
Even if you don't keep your e-mail on a server, you probably still care about e-mail bloat. It's hard to find that one message if you've got a trillion messages to sort through.
So, how do you know when you're near your limit? How can you tell when you need to take steps to trim your mailbox? In this lesson, you'll learn how Outlook can help you find the answers to these questions.
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