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Email getting bounced saying the users mailbox is full.

Posted on 2010-09-16
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I have a particular user on our Exchange 2010 server who email is getting bounced internally and externally.  It is saying that the mailbox is full.  However, I have actually removed the limits from the organization mailbox, limits tab (unchecked all boxes), and in the properties of his mailbox.  I have even restarted the transport service.  Any thoughts?
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Shabarinath Ramadasan earned 500 total points
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I think you need to wait for some time to get those changes get updated.. In 2k3,  AFAIK - we need to restart the Information Store on the mailbox server to get it updated immediately.

Not sure on 2010 if it changed but you could try doing a restart of IS.

Good luck.
Shaba
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I modified the maintenance schedule to run now and then the changes took place.
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