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I keep getting warning messages that my mailbox is full when I have nothing in spam and deleted folders and have only 450 messages in my mailbox.  I do have 2 computers that we access MSN Outlook on and have an Ipad which I only use while traveling.  Why is this happening?  How can I prevent emails from loading via webmail so they only load on my computers and not other devices?

 

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I'm Using Windows 10 Pro

Follow this path:

Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Mail Microsoft Outlook 2013>Mail Set Up Outlook>

Email Accounts>Change>More Settings>Advanced>Delivery>Remove from Server

 

 
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Thanks for the suggestion, but I wasn't able to follow the path used by "Pro."  When I located similar folders and did as suggested, my ability to access Outlook crashed.

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Please provide more information so someone can help you.
DO NOT INCLUDE PRIVATE ACCOUNT INFORMATION

Software ?
PC Operating System ex: Windows 10 Pro 2016 Microsoft Corp x64 based processor 
Browser  ex: Ver. 56.0.2924.87 Google Chrome is up to date

Outlook ex:  Mail (Microsoft Outlook 2013) (32 Bit) 

 

Tom
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