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Quota exceeded - Cannot send mail

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EmmaHellen

#1
After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total divided on 6
emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to anyone,
regardless of the size or number of reciptients.

I only receive a message from System Administrator saying: "Undeliverable:
Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."

How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
grateful for all of your help!!
 

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Charlie Tame

#2
EmmaHellen wrote:

> After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total divided on 6
> emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to anyone,
> regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
>
> I only receive a message from System Administrator saying: "Undeliverable:
> Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
> Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
>
> How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
> grateful for all of your help!!
>
>

That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.

Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen for
spam) but who is the provider?

You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
 

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EmmaHellen

#3
I'm using Outlook (2003 I think) and the e-mail provider is called Telia
Webmail (Swedish Company). The thing is that I can send e-mails using the
webmail account (which is very inconvenient) but not via Outlook (that's when
I get the "Undeliverable message")... I don't know what an ISP is but I'm
really grateful for your help!

"Charlie Tame" wrote:

> EmmaHellen wrote:

> > After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total divided on 6
> > emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to anyone,
> > regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
> >
> > I only receive a message from System Administrator saying: "Undeliverable:
> > Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
> > Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
> >
> > How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
> > grateful for all of your help!!
> >
> >
>
>
> That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.
>
> Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen for
> spam) but who is the provider?
>
> You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
> based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
> your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
>
 

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Guest

#4
An ISP is your Internet Service Provider. Who provides your internet
connection?

"EmmaHellen" <EmmaHellen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:84BEC8FA-9366-4243-91A2-77E663EED017@xxxxxx

> I'm using Outlook (2003 I think) and the e-mail provider is called Telia
> Webmail (Swedish Company). The thing is that I can send e-mails using the
> webmail account (which is very inconvenient) but not via Outlook (that's
> when
> I get the "Undeliverable message")... I don't know what an ISP is but I'm
> really grateful for your help!
>
> "Charlie Tame" wrote:
>

>> EmmaHellen wrote:

>> > After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total
>> > divided on 6
>> > emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to
>> > anyone,
>> > regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
>> >
>> > I only receive a message from System Administrator saying:
>> > "Undeliverable:
>> > Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
>> > Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
>> >
>> > How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
>> > grateful for all of your help!!
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>> That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.
>>
>> Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen for
>> spam) but who is the provider?
>>
>> You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
>> based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
>> your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
>>
 

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EmmaHellen

#5
Oh bummer. The University is. It's a network called UpUnet-S, does that mean
anything to you?

"robertmiles@xxxxxx" wrote:

> An ISP is your Internet Service Provider. Who provides your internet
> connection?
>
> "EmmaHellen" <EmmaHellen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:84BEC8FA-9366-4243-91A2-77E663EED017@xxxxxx

> > I'm using Outlook (2003 I think) and the e-mail provider is called Telia
> > Webmail (Swedish Company). The thing is that I can send e-mails using the
> > webmail account (which is very inconvenient) but not via Outlook (that's
> > when
> > I get the "Undeliverable message")... I don't know what an ISP is but I'm
> > really grateful for your help!
> >
> > "Charlie Tame" wrote:
> >

> >> EmmaHellen wrote:
> >> > After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total
> >> > divided on 6
> >> > emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to
> >> > anyone,
> >> > regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
> >> >
> >> > I only receive a message from System Administrator saying:
> >> > "Undeliverable:
> >> > Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
> >> > Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
> >> >
> >> > How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
> >> > grateful for all of your help!!
> >> >
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >> That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.
> >>
> >> Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen for
> >> spam) but who is the provider?
> >>
> >> You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
> >> based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
> >> your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
> >>
>
>
>
 

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Guest

#6
No, it doesn't. But I found some information about them in a Google
search, so you might want to check if any of it helps:

http://www.student.uu.se/upunets/english/

http://www.student.uu.se/upunets/english/info.html

http://www.student.uu.se/upunets/wlan/english.html

http://www.it.uu.se/datordrift/faq/mail/upunets

"EmmaHellen" <EmmaHellen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:B1D7B919-1437-4EBE-9DC8-C3D04223EE58@xxxxxx

> Oh bummer. The University is. It's a network called UpUnet-S, does that
> mean
> anything to you?
>
> "robertmiles@xxxxxx" wrote:
>

>> An ISP is your Internet Service Provider. Who provides your internet
>> connection?
>>
>> "EmmaHellen" <EmmaHellen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:84BEC8FA-9366-4243-91A2-77E663EED017@xxxxxx

>> > I'm using Outlook (2003 I think) and the e-mail provider is called
>> > Telia
>> > Webmail (Swedish Company). The thing is that I can send e-mails using
>> > the
>> > webmail account (which is very inconvenient) but not via Outlook
>> > (that's
>> > when
>> > I get the "Undeliverable message")... I don't know what an ISP is but
>> > I'm
>> > really grateful for your help!
>> >
>> > "Charlie Tame" wrote:
>> >
>> >> EmmaHellen wrote:
>> >> > After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total
>> >> > divided on 6
>> >> > emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails
>> >> > to
>> >> > anyone,
>> >> > regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
>> >> >
>> >> > I only receive a message from System Administrator saying:
>> >> > "Undeliverable:
>> >> > Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
>> >> > Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
>> >> >
>> >> > How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm
>> >> > very
>> >> > grateful for all of your help!!
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.
>> >>
>> >> Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen
>> >> for
>> >> spam) but who is the provider?
>> >>
>> >> You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
>> >> based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
>> >> your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
>> >>
>>
>>
>>
 

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Charlie Tame

#7
EmmaHellen wrote:

> Oh bummer. The University is. It's a network called UpUnet-S, does that mean
> anything to you?
>
> "robertmiles@xxxxxx" wrote:
>

>> An ISP is your Internet Service Provider. Who provides your internet
>> connection?
>>
>> "EmmaHellen" <EmmaHellen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:84BEC8FA-9366-4243-91A2-77E663EED017@xxxxxx

>>> I'm using Outlook (2003 I think) and the e-mail provider is called Telia
>>> Webmail (Swedish Company). The thing is that I can send e-mails using the
>>> webmail account (which is very inconvenient) but not via Outlook (that's
>>> when
>>> I get the "Undeliverable message")... I don't know what an ISP is but I'm
>>> really grateful for your help!
>>>
>>> "Charlie Tame" wrote:
>>>
>>>> EmmaHellen wrote:
>>>>> After sending an e-mail to a large group (130 addresses in total
>>>>> divided on 6
>>>>> emails) my emails seem to be blocked. I can't send any more emails to
>>>>> anyone,
>>>>> regardless of the size or number of reciptients.
>>>>>
>>>>> I only receive a message from System Administrator saying:
>>>>> "Undeliverable:
>>>>> Your message did not receive some or all of the intended recipients.
>>>>> Recipient address rejected: Policy Rejection- Quota Exceeded."
>>>>>
>>>>> How do I solve this?? I need to be able to send e-mails again! I'm very
>>>>> grateful for all of your help!!
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> That is coming from your ISP or mail provider.
>>>>
>>>> Don't put a real email address in the newsgroup (It will get stolen for
>>>> spam) but who is the provider?
>>>>
>>>> You don't mention what mail software you are using or if you mean web
>>>> based mail like Yahoo, but if you mean for an email address given by
>>>> your ISP then you will have to call their tech support or just "Wait".
>>>>
>>
>>
Up You Net in England might mean something :) (See if Robert gets that
one) but you have no choice but to call tech support at the place that
gave you the email address.
 

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