Check message size from Outlook for a specific message.

Posted on 2007-07-20
Last Modified: 2008-11-27
We are using Outlook XP with Exchange 2k3.  If I need to find out the message size of a specific message from Outlook, can someone tell me where to look?

Question by:search5354
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    Accepted Solution

    Open Outlook, go to: View > Current View > Customize Current View. You should there the fields that can be displayed in Outlook. Find the "size" field and add it -- you will then see the size of all messages that come in to Outlook.
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    Assisted Solution

    You can also just open the mail, then select:   File | Properties

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