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Delete certain mail off of server (but keep it local)

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Is there a way to have Outlook download all of your mail and keep it on the server and have it remove certain files you don't want there because they are too big?
Thanks!
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by:ivancho
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Use remote mail service.
Tools menu.
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by:jagoodie
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i don't see it.
Outlook 98???
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MasseyM earned 50 total points
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Remote mail is only avaliable with a server based installation.  You cannot use it via the web because the POP3 doesn't support it.  Solution. None.  It is either all or none on the server.
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