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error compacting database

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Good afternoon !
      I was trying to compact a database, and the following message appeared : "Error "02:05":Finished compacting mail\pris.nsf"
      Do you know why is that ?
                  Thank you !
                  Priscila
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This is usually caused by having too small a disk cache setting, or not enough hard disk space to expand the cache.
I have seen "02:2A" on OS/2 cased by this but have yet to see it occur on NT, but there again I haven't tried !
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