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I an using Outlook 2002.  I have it set so that it saves my messages on my ISP's server until I delete them from the Deleted Items.  

What my problem is, I have used my max space on the server, but at this time, I cannot go through all my email and delete what I dont want.  Is there a quick and easy way to do somehting with all the email so that they will be removed from the server?  What is the archive thing?  Is that what it does?  Thanks for any info!
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Karen Falandays earned 50 total points
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Hi caminator,
Have you deleted you items from the deleted folder? Also, go to the web version of your ISP and delete there
Karen
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