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Hello. I have a public folder 232GB in size on our Exchnage 2010 box. Obviously given the size this has become slow in terms of accessing, searching and adding mail items to it.

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Hello. I have a public folder 232GB in size on our Exchange 2010 box. Obviously given the size this has become slow in terms of accessing, searching and adding mail items to it. Any suggestions on how I could better this without deploying some document management software or new storage with an email archiving solution?
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Sorry but the only real option is to either archive some of the email or maybe separate out the emails maybe by Year/Month etc into separate folder.

That size public folder will always be unmanageable!

Wayne
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