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Posted on 2011-09-06
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I have a client telling me that they get this error when sending us emails with attachments only. They can send regular email no problem. But when they throw an attachment on it they get

#< #4.4.7 smtp;550 4.4.7 QUEUE.Expired; message expired> #SMTP#

I think it is on their side, we can receive attachments from other people with no problems.  There are at least two other people from different sources that can't send us attachements.
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How large are the attachments thats she's sending and what type of attachments are they?
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I figured it out. Our firewall for some reason or another was blocking it.
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I am not sure how to get the question deleted or closed.
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