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My outlook folder size shows I have mails under the server outbox, how to clear it? as it's taking up space in my mailbox

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I would like to suggest you to use to effectively split your large size PST file into small parts.
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There are times when we need to manage PST files and its large size makes it difficult. If the PST size increases more than 2 GB, PST file may get corrupt or lead to low performance issues. Hence, usage of Kernel for PST Split acts as the best solution, which splits the file into smaller manageable sub files even when the file is over network or sharing mode. The tool provides 5 options for file split. It is also available in free evaluation version. You can download it from http://www.splitpsttool.net/

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Hi dear,
I facing same problem when i split my 3 GB PST files into 1 GB each, I tried lots of step & technique searches by internet but not show positive result. Then I read a blog over break up large PST file, here is a link:
https://www.systoolsgroup.com/updates/break-up-large-pst-file/

Hope it will resolve your problem.
Have a nice day!

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If your outlook PST size is large, then you can import your outlook PST mailbox to a newly created PST file by using Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager and by doing this you can get a large amount of free storage space available in your existing PST file. Further there is no 2GB size limitation for your PST. For more details you can download the free trial 30 days version of this software through the link http://www.restoreexchange.net/

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SOURCE: Outlook express 6 inbox file size doesnot change

When the file size reaches about 2GB, OE6 and lower break and corrupt the file. Not sure about OE7. IIRC there is a tool you can download from the MS site which will truncate the file back to a size where inbox repair is possible but inevitably you will lose some emails. Also, when you delete emails in OE, it does *not* free the space - it just puts a marker on the email to say it's deleted, then makes a copy of the message in the Deleted Items folder. To free the space, you need to run "Compress folders" (Menu File -> Folder -> Compress all folders).

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SOURCE: Outlook 2007 Junk E-mail

Highlight the Junk E-Mail folder in your Personal Folders; right click and select "Remove from Favorite Folders". You've undoubtedly accidentally selected "Add to Favorite Folders" when highlighting Junk E-Mail. They should no longer appear in your Favorites Folder.

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SOURCE: Configure ms outlook 2007 to

ahhhh ok you want to access your Sent mail folder and contacts which you used when you used Outlook Web Access(OWA) "outlook through web mail" to connect to your Office Exchange mail server

in order to get this you have to configure Outlook 2007 to connect to exchange server. Do the following steps

  1. if you are running outlook close it as you can not configure exchange accounts when it is running
  2. if you are running vista, xp or 7 click on the start menu and right click on email and go to properties
  3. click on email accounts
  4. select "view or change existing accounts" click next
  5. click on any of the previously configured accounts and remove them
  6. click add
  7. select microsoft exchange server click next
  8. type name of the exchange server (you must get this from your administrator) and type in your username (name which you used to use through web mail) click on next
  9. click on finish
  10. open outlook 2007 and you should see all your previous contacts and sent items
hope this helps

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A microsoft server folder is meant to be exported to a computer with Microsoft Exchange installed. That is useful only if the The Outlook Address Book and folders are kept in an Exchange Server mailbox on original computer.

Export as PST and choose the include subfolder option even if you export to Microsoft Exchange.If the Outlook profile on the new computer has a Microsoft Exchange Server and you want to keep all of your data on the just copy the folders from the new .pst file to a location under Mailbox - Your Name in computer with MS Exchange server.

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Empty the Outbox in Outlook Express, move any messages you want to Send later to the Drafts folder.

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