Today an average email user receives around 50 to 100 messages per day. Regardless of whether you use your Outlook 2013 mailbox for personal or for business correspondence, a certain percentage of emails you get can be considered excessive. Naturally, the first example that comes into your mind, is spam, or, if your spam filtering is near-perfect, various subscription emails that need unsubscribing. However, there is another source of mess in a mailbox, and it is duplicate emails. Although Outlook 2013 is already an extremely sophisticated email client, duplicate email messages may still present a problem to its users.
The reasons for duplicated messages appearing in Outlook mailbox vary. They can be caused by incorrect functioning or configuration of the main synchronization software; problems with mail server or mail client (for example, if the message copies are left on the server and you have to re-create an account in Outlook); or just by human error when doing a copy-paste of a number of selected messages; etc. Any of these events can leave you with numerous duplicates and you will want to eliminate them. This task is easy, just take Duplicate Email Remover and rid all your mail folders from duplicated messages and posts even if the source message and duplicate are located in different folders.
If you use an e-mail client, even an efficient one like Microsoft Office Outlook, you may meet with an annoying issue with dozens, hundreds, and even thousands of duplicate emails. There are a lot of possible reasons for duplicate emails to appear in Outlook: mail server errors, issues with synchronization with the server, downloading old mail to the new version of Microsoft Office Outlook; it is also possible that Outlook duplicates emails because of its own rules, or even your antivirus tool may duplicate emails.
But whatever the cause, duplicated messages make our work with e-mail complicated, and we often are in great need of finding a way to make Outlook remove duplicate emails. The only method to eliminate duplicate email that Outlook offers itself is manual deletion. That can take hours of tedious and painful sitting at the computer – hours which could be spend doing work or meeting with friends and enjoying our hobbies…