• This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.

bounced message notification bytes in the mailbox

P

ppearl

#1
all incoming emails have this message:

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

.....................
ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
what to do?

thank you
 

My Computer

S

Steve Cochran

#2
Log on to your mail server and check the various folders on your server
using the webmail interface. Some servers dump junk mail into a folder and
that may be why yours has filled up.

steve

"ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:0A31D2FD-BEC1-4FC9-B716-9F8AAED6CDF5@newsgroup

> all incoming emails have this message:
>
> 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
>
> ....................
> ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> what to do?
>
> thank you
 

My Computer

P

ppearl

#3
thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
suggest...

"ppearl" wrote:

> all incoming emails have this message:
>
> 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
>
> ....................
> ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> what to do?
>
> thank you
 

My Computer

P

ppearl

#4
thanks for the reply, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
suggest...

"Steve Cochran" wrote:

> Log on to your mail server and check the various folders on your server
> using the webmail interface. Some servers dump junk mail into a folder and
> that may be why yours has filled up.
>
> steve
>
> "ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:0A31D2FD-BEC1-4FC9-B716-9F8AAED6CDF5@newsgroup

> > all incoming emails have this message:
> >
> > 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
> >
> > ....................
> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> > what to do?
> >
> > thank you
>
>
 

My Computer

G

Gary VanderMolen

#5
Who provides your email service? Or to ask that question another way,
what is the part of your email address after the @ symbol?

--
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen


"ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message news:10166BEE-4BEC-422C-97A6-078A08C23237@newsgroup

> thanks for the reply, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
> suggest...
>
> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>

>> Log on to your mail server and check the various folders on your server
>> using the webmail interface. Some servers dump junk mail into a folder and
>> that may be why yours has filled up.
>>
>> steve
>>
>> "ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:0A31D2FD-BEC1-4FC9-B716-9F8AAED6CDF5@newsgroup

>> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > ....................
>> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> > what to do?
>> >
>> > thank you
>>
>>
 

My Computer

S

Steve Cochran

#6
Can you access your mail account from the website of your ISP? They should
have a link to your mail from there and then you can access it that way.

Try this: https://webmail.nyc.rr.com/ and use the same username and
password you use for the account, if I guess your ISP correctly.

steve

"ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:10166BEE-4BEC-422C-97A6-078A08C23237@newsgroup

> thanks for the reply, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what
> you
> suggest...
>
> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>

>> Log on to your mail server and check the various folders on your server
>> using the webmail interface. Some servers dump junk mail into a folder
>> and
>> that may be why yours has filled up.
>>
>> steve
>>
>> "ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:0A31D2FD-BEC1-4FC9-B716-9F8AAED6CDF5@newsgroup

>> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > ....................
>> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> > what to do?
>> >
>> > thank you
>>
>>
 

My Computer

D
#7
I am having the same problem as 'ppearl'. I have deleted all my unwanted
mail, I checked all of my folders (don't have that many), and I still cannot
receive mail. I'm getting the same message that my mailbox is full. Help.

Dguild

"ppearl" wrote:

> thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
> suggest...
>
> "ppearl" wrote:
>

> > all incoming emails have this message:
> >
> > 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
> >
> > ....................
> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> > what to do?
> >
> > thank you
 

My Computer

G

Gary VanderMolen

#8
The error message refers to your mailbox on the server, not your mail
folder in Windows Mail. Use your browser to go to your provider's webmail
site and do your cleanup there. If after doing so you still get an error message,
post the complete error message.

--
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen


"Dawn" <Dawn@newsgroup> wrote in message news:A0141854-4CC1-4F4C-BFEB-58135BF46D3A@newsgroup

>I am having the same problem as 'ppearl'. I have deleted all my unwanted
> mail, I checked all of my folders (don't have that many), and I still cannot
> receive mail. I'm getting the same message that my mailbox is full. Help.
>
> Dguild
>
> "ppearl" wrote:
>

>> thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
>> suggest...
>>
>> "ppearl" wrote:
>>

>> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > ....................
>> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> > what to do?
>> >
>> > thank you
 

My Computer

S

Steve Cochran

#9
Try logging on here:
https://web.charter.net/login/?erro...hp?to=webmail&type=&framed=&logoutok=&orphan=

and then see if you can check your mail folders on the server. (if that is
the correct ISP)

steve

"Dawn" <Dawn@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:A0141854-4CC1-4F4C-BFEB-58135BF46D3A@newsgroup

>I am having the same problem as 'ppearl'. I have deleted all my unwanted
> mail, I checked all of my folders (don't have that many), and I still
> cannot
> receive mail. I'm getting the same message that my mailbox is full.
> Help.
>
> Dguild
>
> "ppearl" wrote:
>

>> thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what
>> you
>> suggest...
>>
>> "ppearl" wrote:
>>

>> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > ....................
>> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> > what to do?
>> >
>> > thank you
 

My Computer

M

marie_thérèse poupin

#10
"ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> a écrit dans le message de
news:10166BEE-4BEC-422C-97A6-078A08C23237@newsgroup

> thanks for the reply, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what
> you
> suggest...
>
> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>

>> Log on to your mail server and check the various folders on your server
>> using the webmail interface. Some servers dump junk mail into a folder
>> and
>> that may be why yours has filled up.
>>
>> steve
>>
>> "ppearl" <ppearl@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> news:0A31D2FD-BEC1-4FC9-B716-9F8AAED6CDF5@newsgroup

>> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >
>> > 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
>> >
>> > ....................
>> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> > what to do?
>> >
>> > thank you
>>
>>
 

My Computer

D
#11
Thank you - now I understand (I don't understand why when I delete in windows
it doesn't delete everywhere, but oh well). thanks

"Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

> The error message refers to your mailbox on the server, not your mail
> folder in Windows Mail. Use your browser to go to your provider's webmail
> site and do your cleanup there. If after doing so you still get an error message,
> post the complete error message.
>
> --
> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
> http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen
>
>
> "Dawn" <Dawn@newsgroup> wrote in message news:A0141854-4CC1-4F4C-BFEB-58135BF46D3A@newsgroup

> >I am having the same problem as 'ppearl'. I have deleted all my unwanted
> > mail, I checked all of my folders (don't have that many), and I still cannot
> > receive mail. I'm getting the same message that my mailbox is full. Help.
> >
> > Dguild
> >
> > "ppearl" wrote:
> >

> >> thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
> >> suggest...
> >>
> >> "ppearl" wrote:
> >>
> >> > all incoming emails have this message:
> >> >
> >> > 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
> >> >
> >> > ....................
> >> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> >> > what to do?
> >> >
> >> > thank you
>
 

My Computer

G

Gary VanderMolen

#12
Windows Mail can be configured to delete downloaded emails from
the server: Go to Tools, Accounts, select your mail account, Properties,
Advanced, find the setting "Leave a copy of messages on server."
Under that are two options for delayed auto-deleting emails from the server,
or you can have them deleted immediately.

--
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen


"Dawn" <Dawn@newsgroup> wrote in message news:9D5AAD01-F3A2-401C-AAC9-32403B1F1BF7@newsgroup

> Thank you - now I understand (I don't understand why when I delete in windows
> it doesn't delete everywhere, but oh well). thanks
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
>

>> The error message refers to your mailbox on the server, not your mail
>> folder in Windows Mail. Use your browser to go to your provider's webmail
>> site and do your cleanup there. If after doing so you still get an error message,
>> post the complete error message.
>>
>> --
>> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
>> http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen
>>
>>
>> "Dawn" <Dawn@newsgroup> wrote in message news:A0141854-4CC1-4F4C-BFEB-58135BF46D3A@newsgroup

>> >I am having the same problem as 'ppearl'. I have deleted all my unwanted
>> > mail, I checked all of my folders (don't have that many), and I still cannot
>> > receive mail. I'm getting the same message that my mailbox is full. Help.
>> >
>> > Dguild
>> >
>> > "ppearl" wrote:
>> >
>> >> thanks for the help, sounds good, but i cannot figure out how to do what you
>> >> suggest...
>> >>
>> >> "ppearl" wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > all incoming emails have this message:
>> >> >
>> >> > 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
>> >> >
>> >> > ....................
>> >> > ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> >> > what to do?
>> >> >
>> >> > thank you
>>
 

My Computer

L

lacylakeview

#13
I have deleted from saved, etc. Still get the "bounced message
motification". How can I increase the "bytes"?

"ppearl" wrote:

> all incoming emails have this message:
>
> 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
>
> ....................
> ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
> what to do?
>
> thank you
 

My Computer

D
#14
Your Inbox on the email SERVER is full, not the Inbox on your computer.
Go to your email account's webmail portal and delete some old messages.


--
Windows 7 RC
http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview
http://download.live.com/wlmail

"lacylakeview" <lacylakeview@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:78233A05-9A19-4205-963F-DEA69BE10D63@newsgroup

> I have deleted from saved, etc. Still get the "bounced message
> motification". How can I increase the "bytes"?
>
> "ppearl" wrote:
>

>> all incoming emails have this message:
>>
>> 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
>>
>> ....................
>> ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> what to do?
>>
>> thank you
 

My Computer

S

Steve Cochran

#15
Go to RoadRunner's website and click on the Mail button and log on that way
and delete the messages there.

steve

"lacylakeview" <lacylakeview@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:78233A05-9A19-4205-963F-DEA69BE10D63@newsgroup

>I have deleted from saved, etc. Still get the "bounced message
> motification". How can I increase the "bytes"?
>
> "ppearl" wrote:
>

>> all incoming emails have this message:
>>
>> 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
>>
>> ....................
>> ive deleted quite a few older messages, there should be plenty of room,
>> what to do?
>>
>> thank you
 

My Computer

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 1, Guests: 0)