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Support type: E-mail: How to Check Your Mailbox Size
Last updated: Mar 30, 2012
Topic ID: 74

Topic Summary

Follow the instructions below to find out your current E-mail mailbox size.

NOTE: Storage sizes are given in kilobytes (KB). To convert to megabytes (MB), move the decimal 3 places to the left. For example, if you have a total mailbox size of 45825 KB, you have about 45 MB storage used.


  1. With Outlook open, on the left folder list at the top, right click "Mailbox - username" where username is your name. Left click "Properties for username" where username is your name.

    With Outlook open, on the left folder list at the top, right click "Mailbox - username" where username is your name. Left click "Properties for username" where username is your name.

  2. Click on the button that says "Folder Size..."

    Click on the button that says "Folder Size..."

  3. Your mailbox total size is listed on the right. On the bottom, you will see a breakdown of sizes pertaining to each sub-folder.

    Your mailbox total size is listed on the right. On the bottom, you will see a breakdown of sizes pertaining to each sub-folder.