Quick Answer: How Can I Check My Mailbox Size?

How do I check my mailbox size in exchange?

From the Exchange admin center, click mailboxes under recipients. Select the user whose mailbox size you want to check. Click the edit icon (looks like a pencil). Select mailbox usage.

How do I see the size of an email in Outlook?

Step 1: Shift to the Mail view with clicking the Mail in the Navigation Pane. Step 2: Open the email message that you will view its size and properties with double clicking. Step 3: View the size and properties of the opened message: If you are using the Outlook 2007, please click the Office button > Properties.

How do I check my mailbox size in Office 365 portal?

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How do I check my mailbox size in Outlook 2007?

Checking Mailbox Size and Exchange Quota in Outlook 2007

  • Right click on the root folder of your Mailbox.
  • Now click on Properties.
  • Click on Folder Size…
  • When working in the Cached Exchange Mode, you will be able to see two tabs in the dialog box.
  • This will show you your mailbox size.

How do I increase the size of my Microsoft Exchange mailbox?

Step 1 -> Click the Mailbox Settings Tab. Step 2 -> Click Storage Quotas. Step 3 -> Click Properties.

Exchange 2010: Increase mailbox size

  1. Open up the Exchange Management Console.
  2. Expand Recipient Configuration.
  3. Click Mailbox.
  4. On the right-hand side click the mailbox you want to increase the size on.

Can you increase Office 365 mailbox size?

Increase all Office 365 E3 mailboxes to 100 GB via PowerShell. Back in 2016, Microsoft announced that they were increasing the maximum mailbox size for certain Office 365 licenses from 50GB to 100GB. For most mailboxes, this increase took place automatically.