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I was curious on the "record amount" because we have many customers who report very large amounts of email in their inboxes. None have approached 4.2 billion, though. :)
We are trying to find out just what this is about but in the mean time that is all it says. Won't or probably can't show them all.Just having a good laugh while some poor guy in support there is freaking out that they have a DoS attack or something.
wow. I've seen a mail file that was 36 Gig, but I don't know how many emails that represented over 15 years of use. I'd say that 4.2b messages is a spam trap. No human could make use of more than a a few million individual emails unless they tried to copy and email themselves the internets.
Resolved as they did a synch for that mail file. No idea what the backend was. But that's a heck of a number.