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Re: Mail Quota Exceeded Bounceback

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  • mouss
    ... if another server sends you a bounce, the problem is at the other server. you need to show a full message (with headers).
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 27, 2008
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      Ki Song wrote:
      >> Ki Song wrote:
      >>
      >>> Starting last night, for no apparent reason, some of our messages with
      >>> attachments have been coming back with a mail quota exceeded message.
      >>>
      >>> I use ISPConfig to setup the mailbox settings, and the mailboxes that are
      >>> receiving this message are set to have no mailbox size limit.
      >>>
      >>> Looking at the returned mail message, there is one line that reads:
      >>> X-Bounced-Reason: Mailbox quota exceeded bytes
      >>>
      >>> How can I remedy this situation?
      >>>
      >>>
      >> what program returns that? check your logs.
      >>
      >
      > I'm looking at my maillog file.
      > I searched for the word quota, and couldn't really find anything.
      >
      > The weird thing is that some messages, regardless of the size of the
      > message, get to the final destination, while others do not.
      >
      > I've tested these things:
      >
      > 1. Sending FROM the mail server to another user on the same server.
      > 2. Sending FROM the mail server to a different server (gmail, hotmail, etc.)
      > It looks like these messages more often than not are bounced back to the
      > original sender with the "Mail quota exceeded!" message.
      >
      > 3. Sending TO the mail server from another user on the same server.
      > 4. Sending TO the mail server from a different server (gmail, hotmail, etc.)
      > It looks like most of these messages are delivered without any issues.
      >
      > Could it be a problem with the SMTP server?
      >
      >
      >
      >

      if another server sends you a bounce, the problem is at the other
      server. you need to show a full message (with headers).
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