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  Reply # 631524 28-May-2012 15:07
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Currently using 281 MB (2 %) of your 10,248 MB.

No ideas of how any emails though!





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  Reply # 631526 28-May-2012 15:11
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Aaroona: Currently using 281 MB (2 %) of your 10,248 MB.

No ideas of how any emails though!

Just need to click on "All mail" on the left hand menu, and it should come up with a figure in the top right "x-y of z"

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 631532 28-May-2012 15:33
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Aaroona: Currently using 281 MB (2 %) of your 10,248 MB.

No ideas of how any emails though!

Just need to click on "All mail" on the left hand menu, and it should come up with a figure in the top right "x-y of z"


Ah yes, so it does.

1,403 emails :)

I keep everything to do with sales etc and DELETE what I dont need. 

Im a minimistic person - if I don't need it (GZ notifications, noel leeming specials etc.), they get proper deleted as opposed to just archived.

Nothing gets "archived" as such, that thing annoys me. Much rather just use a label, then its sorted.





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  Reply # 631535 28-May-2012 15:41
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Archiving literally just removes the inbox label leaving the email without any label (assuming it had no others), therefore will only be found if you go to "ALL Mail" which simply does a search on all email against your name/email address.

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  Reply # 631594 28-May-2012 18:27
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At 21% of 10,248 MB. Never deleted an email since going to Gmail 5 years ago




that would be an ecumenical matter

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At 1%. With 13714 emails sitting in my inbox.




Any comments made are my personal views and does not represent those of my employer


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  Reply # 634161 1-Jun-2012 14:21
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15% full, Using 1,613 MB of your 10,252 MB, and 17561 emails, I have been using this account only for personal use since whenever it was that gmail started and invites were diffucult to get (thanks some guy on slashdot!)

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  Reply # 634164 1-Jun-2012 14:24
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It all depends on how many attachments you get emailed or send. Mine is about 30% full after 2 years, and don't send or receive too many attachments on it.

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  Reply # 634184 1-Jun-2012 14:52
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The only reason I am sticking with Gmail is because I have have multiple alias' at no cost. Otherwise I would be sitting on Office 365 or similar. 

Gmail is good, its just that I enjoy Exchange/Outlook more.

EDIT: The other thing that really annoys the crap out of me is the indented replies... 

Seriously, WHY?! and WHY cant you turn it off? 







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  Reply # 634223 1-Jun-2012 15:18
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I have a couple that are near full, have alot of my stuff scanned into it like old bills etc.

But the ones that I use for personal or my company ones which are apps are near empty 3-4% and most of those are things I have just made a filter for and are accumulating.




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