Message Store full for Access

Posted on 2009-02-20
Last Modified: 2013-11-28
I have a database which automatically emails advice given to patients to their relevant lead doctor.
I keep getting a message saying my message store is full and I have to delete some of the messages in it.
Where is this please and what do I do?
Is there a way of emptying it each time I email within the database?
The database is split and has multiple users- will I have to do anything to their FE's or does it have to be done manually?
Question by:matilda062418
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    Accepted Solution

    are you using Outlook?
    delete the mails from the sent items folder
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    by:Jeffrey Coachman

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks and sorry, thought it was something to do with Access. I work for the great UK NHS so no chance of changing much or getting a useful size!
    Have deleted the sent items and seems to work a bit now.

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