The problem is I have a mailer mailing me an attachment, and the email they are sending
doesn't get to me, it bounces back to them, and they get a message that the Mail Box is
If they are mailing you and get that message it's telling them that YOUR mailbox is full. If you know it isn't full, you may need to contact your ISP to resolve the issue.
Thank you Queen-Evie, . . But I am not getting this message my recipient is, and is office of the gov.
PS Wait a minute you did get that point correct ?
It makes no sense that if you send a mail, the receipient receives the notice that his/her or your mailbox is full. Only the sender should receive the notice. I did get that point because you stated the receipient was receiving the message. Then you stated
I do not understand who's Mail Box if full
and I responded to let you know it means they are being told YOUR mailbox is full.
The message I receive is Can't deliver because, "Keep getting Mail Box is Full",I assume that means me, . . it couldn't mean anything else , correct ?
If you send an email and get that message, the RECEIPIENT mail box is full. There is nothing you can do -the receipient will need clean out his/her inbox.
You have stated that the sender receives notice that your box is full, then you say YOU are receiving the message when you send the mail. So who is getting the notice, you when you send the mail, or them when they send the mail to you? Did they contact you another way to tell you they are getting notice that YOUR mailbox is full?
Edited by Queen-Evie, 20 August 2009 - 12:07 PM.