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the recipient's mailbox is full

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In our domain we have a domain controller Windows 2003 server , and exchange server 2003 is working as mail server. For one user cannot sent and receive mails. Error- The message could not be delivered because the recipient's mailbox is full.  <server2.tctc.com #5.2.2>
He already deleted mails from his inbox. Then also problem existing.

How can I solve this?
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rakeshmiglani earned 500 total points
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it takes some time for the mailbox data to sync with the exchange server
check with outlook. what size does it show?
also check the mailbox size via the ESM.
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delete some unwanted mails. then delete everything frm the trash/deleted items. then try again.
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