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Exchange Server Space - Outlook Stationery?

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Is there server storage space consumed in Exchange for emails containing "stationery"?  Some at my company think that staionery is wasting a significant amount of server disk space.
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by:Glen Knight
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the stationary will make the email bigger so potentially yes.
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How much bigger?  Don't want to bother if the difference isn't significant.
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I guess it depends on the size of the images in use on the stationary, check in your sent items for the size of a message without stationary and one with stationary.
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