86% storage drop in Dataverse

by Jun 6, 2023

Mysterious 86% storage drop in Dataverse? πŸ€”

My customer has a lot of Email. Since beginning of this month we see a big drop in Database storage.

Database storage – ActivityPointerBase table:
πŸ”»From 186 GB to 26 GB (86% decrease)

File storage – New Email table:
πŸ”Ή3 GB addition

Nice improvement!

Is Email moved from Database to File storage? Do you experience the same behavior?

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