archiving ... at what file size does this become necessary?


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Dave Horne

My Personal Folder(1).pst is less than 120 megs. At what size, with a
modern computer, does the size of that file make it necessary to archive it?
 
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Brian Tillman

Dave Horne said:
My Personal Folder(1).pst is less than 120 megs. At what size, with a
modern computer, does the size of that file make it necessary to
archive it?

With Outlook 2003 or 2007, you can store up to 20 GB in a PST out of the
box. In actuality, you never need to use autoarchive, if you choose not to,
although you may have to move things around between multiple PSTs so that
any one PST stays below its limit.
 
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Dave Horne

Brian Tillman said:
With Outlook 2003 or 2007, you can store up to 20 GB in a PST out of the
box. In actuality, you never need to use autoarchive, if you choose not
to, although you may have to move things around between multiple PSTs so
that any one PST stays below its limit.

Brian, thanks, DH
 

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