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 =====Message Storage===== =====Message Storage=====
-In VPOP3 version 5 and later, all users' messages are stored in the database, so they will occupy space in the VPOP3\pgsql\data folder+In VPOP3 version 5 and later, all users' messages are stored in the database, so they will occupy space in the VPOP3\pgsql\data folder.
  
-In VPOP3 versions 3 and 4, users' small messages are stored in the database, so will occupy space in the VPOP3\pgsql\data folder. Large messages are stored in the VPOP3\_messages folder tree, so occupy space there+In VPOP3 versions 3 and 4, users' small messages are stored in the database, so will occupy space in the VPOP3\pgsql\data folder. Large messages are stored in the VPOP3\_messages folder tree, so occupy space there.
  
-In VPOP3 versions 1 and 2, users' messages are stored in the VPOP3\<​username>​ folder trees, so occupy space there+Note that in VPOP3 v3 and later, deleting messages from users' mailboxes will not necessarily reduce the amount of disk space used by the database. See the [[database_maintenance]] topic for more information. 
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 +In VPOP3 versions 1 and 2, users' messages are stored in the VPOP3\<​username>​ folder trees, so occupy space there.
  
 =====Message Archive===== =====Message Archive=====
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