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Topic # 115226 18-Mar-2013 15:56
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I wonder if is there a way looking through the  Data Usage Summary to find most used destinations? 

My parents-in-law are in a strange situation, where their account shows upload of up to 20 - 25 GB a month, with only 3 - 5 GB downloads. I suspect it's probably the online backup being a dud - they use Carbonite...

So I am trying to find out the top five or ten destinations for the connections in a period...






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  Reply # 783569 18-Mar-2013 18:31
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I had someone with an issue just like this freitasm, they were trying to email some pictures to their family back home, Only issue was that they were trying to send 50mb of pictures which of course got stopped but it kept trying to resend and then good bye 14gb.




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  Reply # 783570 18-Mar-2013 18:32
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Thanks, but not the case. Looked at both their email clients before and everything was clean - no outgoing queue or something like that.




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