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User can not send or reply to email, but can receive mail

Posted on 2006-10-31
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We are running exchange server 2000 and using outlook 2003. One user on the network casn not send mail out, when he does he gets a return email:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients

subject
sent

the following recipients could not be reach
the message was not delivered because it is larger than the current system limit. create a shorter message body or remove attachments.

All other users on the network can send or reply to mail from outlook.
How do I fix this issue
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I found the last part of your error message listed here.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/298572
There are configurations that can be made that will possibly rectify this issue.
:-)
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by:jasonpaine
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Outlook was full, deleted inbox, outbox, and deleted items and now it works. the error message above confused me
thanks for trying to help
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Glad the problem is solved. :-)
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