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I don't think HER emails amount to 650k - most of that is her husband's stuff. That is the total amount of the emails on the entire laptop.
But that means someone else stuffed it there and it's not a smart place to stuff it because if it goes out of your control, you can't get it back. If I were in control or had access to that server and wanted to copy all the email to a safe place I would throw the files on a huge thumb drive and hide that drive.
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originally posted by: schuyler
originally posted by: evc1shop
It is not actually that hard to copy an Outlook PST file. Simply open your outlook properties for the Outlook Mailbox you would like to access, get the file location, it should be somewhere in the %appdata% local or roaming profiles. Once the full path is known, close outlook to ensure no file handles are left open and then copy the file. If the file was not secured by either the Outlook 2003 Encrypted Compressible format or by using Windows User security (setting password protection on the file itself or by using bitlocker for the newer Outlook Versions) then this PST file is considered highly portable and high risk. Chances are though, if there was a password, she would have it anyhow so no need to worry about how secure it was.
Really? Can you imagine Huma reading what you just wrote and making sense about what you just said? This is a SERVER, mind you, not your local /user/name/stuff file you would find using Outlook as a client. It is probably a file from Microsoft Exchange Server. The SERVER contains ALL the emails of EVERYONE. Are you claiming all the email for everyone on a server is in a single PST file? 650k is the entire enchilada. So 1. I don't buy your 'easy' explanation, and 2. IT DOESN'T MATTER because THAT'S NOT THE ISSUE! The issue isn't so much how easily it got there, but what it is doing there. Eye on the prize.
originally posted by: kuga1123
100 emails a day * 365 days/year means it would take nearly 20 years of emails. If we assume it is the 4 years of hrc's time as SOS, then it'd be 445 emails per day divided over the number of users (that's sent + received and junk mail is likely auto deleted so it'd not be in this file). That number makes sense given that hrc should have turned over about 10% of that herself. So 10 staff roughly?
At first I thought the reference to 650k emails was Anthony Weiners + Humas combined emails....and it may be, but that is still a lot. Plausible, but a lot.