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In Outlook 2010, one of my students has asked why her incoming emails are grouped by size such as med 25 -100kb and small 10-25Kb following incoming emails.

It does not seem specific. I am not familiar with 2010 and can't answer her questions. Help!

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You need to be more specific. Where does it say what? Maybe an example. – user142485 Jul 13 '12 at 15:33
The size of an email will be based on the contents of the email itself. If you clarify your question I will remove my downvote. – Ramhound Jul 13 '12 at 16:23
Negated the downvote as it appears @Ramhound barely read the question. – Tom Wijsman Aug 9 '12 at 17:51

She has sorted them by size, people can do this in order to get rid of the biggest mails and thus free some space in their inbox. This dates back from the days inbox space was limited...

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