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I'm setting up MS Outlook. I want to start with a blank inbox in my Outlook. I mean I don't want old (last day, week, month) mails to be downloaded from the server. More detailed: let's say I'm setting up Outlook 2010 now, June 28. On the very first start Outlook will start downloading older mails from the server (June 27, 26, April 3, 1 and so on).

What I want is to have emails starting only from today, June 28th.

How should I do that in MS Outlook 2010?


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migrated from Jun 28 '11 at 1:10

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To the best of my knowledge, there is no setting in Outlook to do that. You could download it all, then set your archive setting to remove everything after a certain date to the archive.pst file.

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