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Or, it's like taking out a larger box at the Post Office, because you 
are receiving more and more mail.

I agree about (a) stop using email as a method of sharing largish files, 
but it's tough to get the average user to do it.

HPR

On 2/3/2012 11:04 AM, Andrew Hendrickson wrote:
> Good point, if people would a) stop using email as a method of sharing largeish files (there are far better ways, e.g. Sharepoint) and b) file their messages, then a larger inbox quota isn't necessary.
>
> When you think about it (and this may be controversial but what the hay, it's Friday,  this is kind of the equivalent of requesting a larger and larger physical inbox on your desk because you don't have the time or inclination to throw out or file the stuff on the bottom of the pile.
>