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Receiving Out oF Disk Space In Outlook When Getting Emails

 
 
ChrisBAgde
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      12-21-2007
We are Using SB Server 2003

And Receiving "Out Of Disk Space" In Outlook 2003 When Getting Emails, The
User is logged in as a normal domain user.

Any suggestions to point in the right direction for rectifying would be
greatly appreciated

Thank you, In Advance

 
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John Oliver, Jr. [MVP]
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      12-21-2007
Hmm, is this happening for just this user? Do you have Mailbox Quota's
active for this user or your Mailbox Store?

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"ChrisBAgde" <> wrote in message
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> We are Using SB Server 2003
>
> And Receiving "Out Of Disk Space" In Outlook 2003 When Getting Emails, The
> User is logged in as a normal domain user.
>
> Any suggestions to point in the right direction for rectifying would be
> greatly appreciated
>
> Thank you, In Advance
>



 
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Brian Cryer
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      12-21-2007
"ChrisBAgde" <> wrote in message
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> We are Using SB Server 2003
>
> And Receiving "Out Of Disk Space" In Outlook 2003 When Getting Emails, The
> User is logged in as a normal domain user.
>
> Any suggestions to point in the right direction for rectifying would be
> greatly appreciated
>
> Thank you, In Advance


What's the full text of the message?

John has already suggested quotas.

Can I take it that the server has plenty of free disk space?

Anything recorded in the application event log on the server?

Does the user get this message for all incoming emails or just some?

Does the user have plenty of disk space on his/her pc? The error may be a
synchronisation issue because emails are stored locally as well as at the
server.
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v-robeli@online.microsoft.com
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      12-24-2007
Hi Chris,

Thanks for posting in our newsgroup.

From your description, I know that you get "Out Of Disk Space" In Outlook
2003 when receiving e-mails. If that's not right, please don't hesitate to
let me know.

Besides John and Brian's suggestion, please try the following steps:

Step 1: Please make sure that user OST files are located in a folder with
sufficient disk space to accommodate user's mailbox. For example, if user's
hard drives are partitioned to use a smaller drive for system programs (the
system drive is the default location for the folder that contains the OST
file), you should specify a folder on another drive with more disk space as
the location of users OST files.

Step 2: Please test Outlook in the Safe Mode. The Safe Mode will disable
all add-ins or extensions that will not start, or a corrupted resource,
file, registry, or templates.

Click Start-->Run, type "Outlook /Safe" (Quotation marks are not included
and there is a space between Outlook and /safe) and press Enter.

Step 3: Please refer to the following Knowledge Base articles to create a
new profile in Outlook to see whether the issue persists.

829918 How to create a new e-mail profile in Outlook 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=829918

Step 4: Please obtain the latest service pack for Office 2003.

To download the Office 2003 SP2, please visit following link:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...a97-2db6-4654-
9db6-ec7d5b4dd867&DisplayLang=en

If the problem persists, please help me collect the following information
for deep research:

1. Do all users have such issue?
2. Screen shot of message "Out of Disk Space"
3. Application event log on workstation:

1) Click Start -> Run, type EVENTVWR.MSC and click OK.
2) Right click the Application Event, select Save Log File as, save it to
.evt file.
3) Email me the file

Please send the information to v- with subject:
41177645-Receiving Out oF Disk Space In Outlook When Getting Emails.

I am looking forward to hear from you.

If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Best regards,

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