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You may experience one or more of the following symptoms on a computer that is running Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003:
This problem may occur if a computer that is running Windows Small Business Server 2003 does not have much disk space available. The low-disk-space scenario may occur if you enable the Remove E-Mail Attachments option when you run the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard, and many attachments are subsequently removed from e-mail.
Note When you run the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard, you can specify that the e-mail attachments that you receive from the Internet are removed. You can also specify a folder where the removed e-mail attachments are then saved.
To specify a folder for removed e-mail attachments, follow these steps:
To resolve this problem, you must address the low-disk-space problem. Verify that the folder that contains the removed e-mail attachments does not use too much disk space. (When you run the Configure E-mail and Internet Connection Wizard, you can specify a folder where removed e-mail attachments will be saved. When you designate a folder, all removed e-mail attachments will be saved to the folder. If no folder is designated, the blocked e-mail attachments are removed and discarded without being saved).
To determine the folder size, right-click the folder in Windows Explorer, and then click Properties. If the low-disk-space problem is caused by too many attachments in this folder, remove the attachment files to restore the disk space, and then investigate the source of the attachment files.
To prevent this problem, you can use disk quotas to limit the disk space that is allocated to the folder that contains removed e-mail attachments.