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The archives really get corrupted, and it seems it is spreading.
Yesterday we got a load of Office and Windows updates in, right now we're wondering if the root cause might be in those.
Or any other that you know mail is stored online and doesn't have a size limit?
(Gmail is limited to a few GB, but Hotmail is unlimited, I believe.) If so, there should be a way to sync inboxes so that his email shows up on / Hotmail.com, which is stored on their servers, and independent from his eventual file integrity issues.
I'm not very experienced in this area, but One of the computers at my workplace, when starting outlook, will say "verifying data integrity" on start up very frequently and will take hours to complete. OST, I read that the max is 50 gigs for outlook 2010 here and read that the size of the . Not sure why there are 2 OST files unless he has 2 different Exchange accounts installed within Outlook, or maybe one is a corrupt OST file from the past where this troubleshooting technique was already used?
I have been searching around a little while to see what kind of answer I can find to this problem. -His mailbox is 29.4G in size he has had trouble in the past with emails in the sent box duplicating (this hasn't happened recently but isn't necessarily fixed) -He has 2 . Question 2: Is he getting this verification error because his . You can click File--I will check if both OST's are associated with actual accounts, if one isn't then I should be able to get rid of it, also, I assume you rename the OST to "old.." so that if you need to, you can just return the name to its original state?
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OST files listed in %appdata% for outlook, both of which are 49.8G in size Question 1: Is he supposed to have 2 . yea I rename the file to like [email protected], anything other than the original filename so Outlook can't find it and is forced to download the whole inbox (which will probably take awhile.