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I noticed that before the archiving the total folder size for the inbox was about 8GB

After archiving the folder size for the mailbox came to 1.07 while the Archive came to 3.9GB

Together making 5GB. What could have happened to 3GB? Any ideas?
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short answer: previous deleted data
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