If you've used Microsoft Outlook, you'll know that it starts download email and then writes to the (PST) database file close to downloading your last mail. If anything happens when you're downloading this email, it will download the same email again when you restart your computer. Another duplicate scenario is where someone sends you the same email to multiple email addresses, or simply resends it more than once. Either way, you'll end up with the same email multiple times. Add these together, along with all your spam, and you'll soon find that you have hundreds or thousands of emails to work through.
Dupicate Email Remover for Outlook 2.5 is a tool that you can use to work through your Microsoft Outlook based emails to see if there are any duplicates.
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