Gmail currently limits its users to 15 gigabytes of data, with the passing of time you might see at some point that you’re occupying those 15GB with thousand of mails which will eventually decrease client’s search function and turn your account into a full data garbage.
If you have large and heavy emails saved in your account and you don’t need them at all, it’s best if you delete them. However, if you think you might need them in the future, i would suggest to archive them. Many of these could be marketing emails, spam, emails sent to many people at once, videos, photo albums and more.
Using Find Big Mail will let you check, through a detailed report, the largest and heaviest emails saved in your 15GB storage, letting you release space and delete large messages that might not serve of any use anymore.
In my case, it says:
You have 23148 messages in 15553 threads. You should find three FindBigMail labels in your account.
The FindBigMail Top 20 label was attached to your largest 19 emails; between 0MB and 28MB each, the Top 20 together consume 152MB.
The FindBigMail >10MB label is attached to 6 messages; 0 by this scan.
The FindBigMail > 5MB label is applied to 0 messages; 0 by this scan.
This scan commenced at 21:01 UTC and took 0m 6s to complete. The email report was delivered, and our permission to access your account was successfully revoked.
Thanks for using FindBigMail
- Go to FindBigMail.
- Click on “Start”.
Find Big Mail will ask you to agree with the following procedures:#Know who you are on Google.#View your email address.#View and modify but not delete your email.
- If you agree, click on “Allow”.
- Find Big Mail will automatically start scanning your account and preparing a detailed report, including the amount of messages and threads.
- Wait until the scanner goes through all of your messages and prepares a complete report of your account.
- FindBigMail has successfully scanned the account and provided you with the rightful report. Below the donation section, you can see your biggest emails, with the largest size. Click on the email you want to delete and you will be automatically addressed to your inbox, where you’ll have to delete it from there.
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You have successfully deleted heavy emails using FindBigMail, congratulations!
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