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Microsoft Exchange email problems...

" cant receive email"
task 205.178.146.XX send and receiving reported error (0x8004060C)

account can send problems receiving

sending is going out embarqmail incoming is the number stated above. A few clients are having problems receiving. I test account setting on the individual computers and they all test ok but sending/receiving are problems.

They have windows server 2003 enterprise.

any ideas....Thanks
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Joel Bud
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Joel Bud
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Joel BudITAuthor Commented:
I think this may have to do with the .pst file being to full..if this is the issue how cna I remedy it ?? Thanks all
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bluetabCommented:
This is because the users' mailboxes have reached their maximum file size.  You can change the file size of the mailbox one of two ways.
Globally (for all users)
1) Open the Exchange System Manger
2) Go to Administrative Groups->First Administrative Group->Servers->%servername%->First Storage Group->Mailbox Store.
3) Open the Properties of the Mailbox Store
4) Click on Limits
5) Increase the value of the mailbox store limits or if you don't want to enforce any limits you can uncheck the values.
6) You can see the mailbox size of each of the users by clicking on Mailboxes under the "Mailbox Store"

Change Limits for Individual Users
1) Open Active Directory Users & Computers
2) Open the Properties of the user account you want to edit
3) Click on the Email General tab
4) Click on the Storage Limits tab
5) Uncheck the "Use mailbox store defaults" checkbox.  You can enter a different value for each box or leave them blank to allow an unlimited size.
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