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Blackberry server 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full error

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When trying to delete or add users to an existing BES 4.1.7.21 the following error is returned.
Procedure DeleteHistorySyncConfigTrigger, Line 49
Could not allocate space for object 'ServerConfigHistory' in database 'Besmgmt' because the 'PRIMARY' filegroup is full. |
I've tried delete from userconfig where mailboxsmtpaddr=''user@domain.com'' |
Alter database Besmgmt Modify file(name=BesMgmt_DATA, MAXSIZE=UNLIMITED)  |
delete from UserConfig where DisplayName="Carlos Serpa"  |

Any ideas would be welcomed.
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I restored from an older version of the BesMgmt and was able to modify the file size. Functionality restored
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