asked the following before but didn't get any response. What is the difference between compressing a folder and compacting a folder?
any help would be appreciated.
ronm wrote:Using Communicator 4.8. Having a problem understanding the mail file structure and compacting function. I notice in Windows Explorer that if I look at mail folders and snm files in my wife's account that there is no correlation in size. There are folders that are 500KB in size with an index (snm) file that 750KB and folders that are 10MB that have an index of 100KB. Why would the index of a folder be larger than the contents of a folder?
What is the difference between compressing a folder and compacting a folder?
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