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Is there a maximum limit of "folder/subfolder" object in Outlook 2007?

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Is there a maximum limit of "folder/subfolder" object in Outlook 2007?  I'm not talking about size here.  I just want to know, if a user can juste create as many folder/subfolder as he/she want?

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by:rnekola
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If there was a limit I have not had any of my users reach it yet.  I have at least 30 users that have over 100 subfolders within Outlook 2007.  I honestly don't think there is but can't be 100% sure.
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Chris Bottomley earned 375 total points
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Hello Conceptum,

The number of items whether folder or data is not an issue rather the size of the PST itself.

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Chris
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