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Monday, November 17, 2008

Class Question: How can I tell how much of my Quota space I'm using in Outlook 2007?

This one was a killer to find an answer for. As a matter of fact, I'm shocked at the answer. I've asked around and I've search the net until for a few hours. Every web site that I went to, most of which ended up being University self help sites, told you what your quota was. The question though, was how can you find out.

Thanks to Indiana University Technical Services for posting the answer.
  1. You must be using Outlook Web Access (Premium). Yes, I said OWA, not the real deal.

  2. In the lower left of the window, on the navigation bar, click Mail to make sure you are in the correct view.

  3. In the upper left, you will see the folder list. Your name will be displayed near the top. Hover your mouse pointer over your name. A small box with your quota information will appear. (see image below).


If anybody knows how to find this in Outlook 2007 itself, please post a comment. I'm still shocked that this appears to be in OWA and not the real deal.

Class: Information Worker: Outlook 2007 Power User*
Date: November 6, 2008
Location: Indiana State University
*The Information Worker series is available through LanTech Training in Indianapolis. Please visit their website for more information

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