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(0x8004060c) saying outlook mailbox store is full       outlook / exchange 2003

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Outlook giving errors for all users saying mailbox store is full,    there are no limits on the exchange server,     any ideas what may be causing this,     one mailbox is only 70000kb and we are getting this error msg,      we are able to send mail ok but receiving mail is the problem (0x8004060c).
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by:RiaanRoux
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Without more information to go one I am making some assumptions:

Assuming Exchange version 2003

See the following Microsoft KB article and see if it relates to your problem:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922768

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by:Elwin3
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how big is your exchange database?
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i checked out the store.exe process and dont think thats it, i think you are headed in the right direction though any other ideas, it has to be something to do with the mailbox store in exchange, remember there are no limits set for this ?????
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by:Elwin3
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Yes ok - how big are the priv1.edb, prive1.stm, pub1.edb and pub1.stm files?
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