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Outlook mailbox full

Posted on 2011-02-22
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I have a user whose mailbox became full while she was on vacation.  She is missing sereral days of emails.  Is there a way to retrive these missed emails?  I am using Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 and Outlokk 2010.  Thanks!
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I do not believe so, senders would have received a return email stating that the intended recipient's mailbox is full and was not delivered.
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by:Neil Russell
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Correct. If a mailbox is full then it is full. It does not hold on to email just incase you make some space.
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by:Amit
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Not possible. Ask them to resend again..
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