|6 Mar 2009, 08:08 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2009
failed to deliver message
whenever I send an email I recieve this message
Reporting-MTA: dns; fep07.mfe.bur.connect.com.au
X-Postfix-Sender: rfc822; lnsmarciano[AT]bigpond.com
Arrival-Date: Fri, 6 Mar 2009 21:18:29 +1100 (EST)
Final-Recipient: rfc822; slmarci__aapt_net_au[AT]vmb01.bur.connect.com.au
Remote-MTA: dns; vmb01.bur.connect.com.au
Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 552 5.2.2 Over quota
this email address is my previous address which is no longer in use.and I did not even send to this.any one that sends an email to my address also recieves the same message and they also have not sent to this address.I have tried bigpond my new provider with no help and also tried microsoft please help
[Moderaor: Edited 'live' address. (see next post)]
Last edited by CyberSmurf : 6 Mar 2009 at 10:42 PM.
|6 Mar 2009, 08:31 PM||#2|
Master of the @
Join Date: Sep 2004
Welcome to the EMD forums rocky2469
Firstly, you really should remove those live email addresses, ie: edit your post so that the '@' sign reads AT and the .com.au reads DOT com DOT au, etc. Otherwise, they will be picked up by Google (and other search engines)and you could well receive a lot more spam than expected in future.
Secondly, a 5.2.2 error means 'mailbox full', ie: the recipient needs to delete some messages as their Inbox has reached its size quota and currently has no room to receive any more messages.
"Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 552 5.2.2 Over quota"
Are you sure you have not set up a 'forwarder' in the past so that any email sent to 'X' address (or a copy of) is then automatically sent to this problem address? It seems you may be automatically sending email there and have managed to fill the account, hence, it is rejecting mail.
Either way, if you have access to the address from which you're receiving the 5.2.2 error messages, log into it and delete some emails from it. Then, log into your other addresses and check if you have a setting somewhere which is sending a copy of your email to that address and decide whether or not you could turn this feature off or not.
It appears this is now the new web mail login page for that address: http://home.aapt.com.au/Online_with_AAPT/index.html
I assume from your old email address that your user name is either: slmarci AT aapt DOT net DOT au (change AT to @ and DOT to .)
You now just have to try and remember your password, but even if you can't, there is a message to call them:
Last edited by CyberDyne : 6 Mar 2009 at 09:03 PM.