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Excessive Inbox Email

Posted on 2007-04-09
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We use a windows 2003 server with Exchange 2003.  Several staff have elected to keep their email in personal folders on their individual laptops.  Several also keep most of their in mail in the Inbox.  One individual has over 6,400 messages in the Inbox.  My question is: Does keeping all of this email in the inbox effect the proformance of the laptop?  Will it cause it to run slow.  Thanks in advance>
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It won't affect the overall performance of the laptop, but it may affect the performance of Outlook some.
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