sending/receiving emails


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Caryl

Outlook 2010, windows 7

When sending/receiving emails I see the number of new emails being
received but they do not go to my Inbox. Instead I get this error
message: "The Outlook data file C:\Users\Name\AppData\Local\Microsoft
\Outlook\Outlook.pst has reached the maximum size. To reduce the
amount of data in the file, premanently delete some items that you no
longer need. You could also consider using the new Outlook data file
(.pst) introduced with Outlook 2003 that provides greater capacity for
storing items and folder."

I have been using Outlook 2010 for about a week, upgrading from
OL2003, and until today have had not problems with it.

Thank you.
 
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Peter Foldes

What is the size of the *,pst file ???

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Caryl

What is the size of the *,pst file ???

1,902,673 KB. Is this too large?

I finally called Microsoft and had someone on the phone for two hours.
He took remote control of my computer and made me a new set of data
files so I am now able to send and receive emails.

Caryl
 
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Peter Foldes

Glad to hear you got it going

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What is the size of the *,pst file ???

1,902,673 KB. Is this too large?

I finally called Microsoft and had someone on the phone for two hours.
He took remote control of my computer and made me a new set of data
files so I am now able to send and receive emails.

Caryl
 

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