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Outlook and a File Explorer

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One of my users email box is nearing it's maximum size allotment.  They currently have 394 sub folders within the inbox.  Is there some type of file explorer software that will detail how much data is in each folder?
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Outlook has the capability built in. It is a bit simple minded but it does work.

Open Outlook, right click on the Outlook file and select Properties.  When the window opens, click on Folder Size and it will tell you the size of each folder.

It is good to get started with.

I keep my folders outside of Inbox and you can easily move the folders.

.... Thinkpads_User
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@deklinm - Thanks,  and I was happy to help.

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