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Outlook PST file size limit - how to manage attachments?

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#1 AngryRaisin


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Posted 21 July 2013 - 01:36 AM

Windows XP
Outlook 2007

user is receiving 10GB a month in email, 100s+ emails a day with heavy attachments.

so needless to say they hit their 20GB limit pretty quickly - planning on moving to Outlook 2010 so I get a little breathing room with 50GB pst file size limits but that does not address the main issue of heavy email usage.

Going to move to an aggressive archiving strategy of archiving every 30 days with renaming of archives - But I am looking for something more robust like a box.net addin or dropbox addin to address the issue of attachment management - Any tips or advise?

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