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I have many thousands of emails in yahoo mail. Is there any way to see how much disk space that covers

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closed as off topic by alex, fretje, Troggy Feb 5 '10 at 15:52

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This is not computer related. Please check the FAQ for more information. – alex Feb 5 '10 at 15:35

No, there is not. However, for general usage this shouldn't be a problem since Yahoo offers 'unlimited' space.

Apart from that, you'd have to have all your emails in another client/service to determine their total size...

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