All e-mails received are Admin- bounce backs

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by John Bradshaw, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. All my e-mail messages I receive is like this. It started about 3 weeks ago
    about the time I renewd my Norton to a Norton 360. I think. Please help

    "A message was sent to you that was returned to the sender(bounced)
    because it would have caused your mailbox quota to be exceeded.

    The following is the reason that the message was over quota:

    Quota Type: bytes in the mailbox
    Quota Available: 0
    Total Quota: 102400000

    The following is the information on the message that was bounced:

    Sender: "Investor's Business Daily" <>
    Subject: IBD Tech Report: July 31, 2008 issue
    Size: 51678
    Message ID: <>
    Date: Fri Aug 1 00:52:34 2008

    Reply-To: "Investor's Business Daily" <>

    The message was bounced from the following folder:


    To fix this problem, delete some messages from your mailbox, and contact
    the sender to resend the message.

    If the size of the message is too big, contact the sender to reduce the
    size of the message and resend the message."
    John Bradshaw, Aug 3, 2008
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  2. You need to log in to the server via webmail and delete some
    messages from the server. You have exceeded the storage
    capacity of your mailbox on the server.
    Gary VanderMolen, Aug 3, 2008
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  3. John Bradshaw

    mac Guest

    It looks like you have WM set to "leave a copy of each message on the
    server" selected?

    Go to WM>Tools menu>accounts>select your account>properties>Advanced tab.

    Either uncheck that option or set a sensible number of days to delete the
    messages from the Server.

    This feature is there only to allow you to get mail to more than one PC or
    Laptop etc, It is not intended to be used as a backup option.
    mac, Aug 3, 2008
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