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How to create a folder on your hard drive for mails?

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Post on 2-10-2017 03:32:21 | All posts |Read mode
Hi everyone. I want to create a new folder in my outlook, but I want the location of the folder to be on my hard drive so I can move the emails that are not so important to this folder in order to avoid filling up my outlook capacity. It's outlook 2013. Thanks




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Unless you are getting 1000's of emails (and a really really small hard drive), I dont think you need to worry about running out of space.  Keep in mind that if you are using Outlook (and not a web-based email app like Hotmail/Gmail etc), then those emails are being stored on your hard drive anyway











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It's my office email. I only have email capacity of 4gb and I get 100's if not 1000's of emails a day. When I check the properties of my folders in outlook, it shows the location as myname@companyname.com, does this mean they are being stored on the intranet/server of my company and not on the hard drive?




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If that is your office email, and you are on a server, then yes, the emails are probably being stored on the server - you would need to confirm that with your IT department though









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Yes, anyway, in that case what should be done to make a folder on my hard drive?




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Im not sure you can.  If they are stored on the server, then you would have to run that by your IT department.  Most companies have policies regarding where emails may be stored









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OK thanks for the answer. I'll run it by my IT department.
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