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Microsoft Exchange 2007 4.3.1 Insufficient System Resources

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I am getting 4.3.1 Insufficient System Resources error when submitting large emails (>500kb with attachments) on Exchange server. Back pressure is disabled and no alerts come up in the Events (Microsoft Server 2008). There is >4gb disk space on the system drive and 120gb of the drive where queue database/mail database is located. I have recently moved mailbox database and data storage directory from the system drive to the secondary drive.

What can be causing this error?
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by:Amit
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Restart MSExchangeTransport service. Check the results
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Check application logs after restarting the service and post it here.
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Do you see below warning message

Event Type: Warning

Event Source: MSExchangeTransport

Event Category: ResourceManager

Event ID: 15002

Moving the queue to other folder can resolve this issue normally
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Will take care

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by:Alan Hardisty
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Thank you.

Alan
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by:icexxik
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The pronlem was with temporary folder. Solved by running move-transportdatabase.ps1 and moving the tmp dbase. For the future, this error does not show up on logs and is very hard to diagnose.
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Good, so after changing the queue database folder path issue got resolved. What I suggested in 35156807 post. Do you agree.
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