Here's a strange one for the Experts:
I'm running Exchange 2003 on a Windows Server 2003 server. My clients are a mix of Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2003.
I have one client on Outlook 2000 that keeps getting a message that his "Outlook mailbox is full...see your system administrator". He cannot send or delete email until he deletes some old emails. Here's the weird part: I don't have any size restrictions on my Exchange 2003 server. I've double checked three times, and I'm no longer even issuing a size warning due to this. Also, I probably have 10 to 15 clients with mailboxes that are MUCH larger than his, but they send and receive with no problems. Is this a local problem or setting on his Outlook on his PC? Or am I looking in the wrong places?