Important: It is strongly recommended to have a mailbox size lower than 50 GB.

If a mailbox size is bigger that limit, Outlook and OWA can start working slowly or even stop responding at all.

In Outlook Backup service there is also a hard limit set for creating and restoring PST files - 50 GB.

If you need to create a PST back up of mailbox larger than 50 GB, you will need to devide a PST creation by date and make at least 2 PST files, so they will be, for example, both about 25 GB.

To do this, navigate to Service > Outlook Backup and follow those steps:

1) In Outlook Backup click Create Backup.

2) Choose One-Time and uncheck Full backup button.

3) Set a Date range to be limited approximately to the middle of your mailbox usage time period.

4) Add necessary mailbox to backup.

5) Click Create Backup.

6) Once the backup is created, perform steps 1-5 again, but setting a Date range from the middle usage time period until the current date.

Note: Outlook Backup will also fail to restore a PST larger than 50 GB, so you will need to make a restore with PSTs devided into smaller parts.