error 452 4.4.5 insufficient disk space

Posted: 05-29-2004, 04:15 PM
This is a brand-new one to me. I'm using Eudora Pro 5.2.1 (paid) on my
Powerbook (10.2.8) and have been having no trouble whatsoever for a
long, long time.

Today, I tried sending some email from a local wireless spot (which I
have also done many times with no problem) and got the following:

"There has been an error transferring your mail. I said: MAIN FROM:
<rpini@elfquest.com> size=2048 And then the SMTP server said: 452 4.4.5
Insufficient disk space: try again later"

Usually I leave the setting for "sending mail" set to my home cable
SMTP server, with no trouble. This time, I tried a couple different
SMTP servers that I've used (for cable, for dialup) and get the same
error message no matter what. I've tried a few things suggested in this
newsgroup (compacting mailboxes, already got plenty of RAM) but no joy.
(By the way, there appears to be no trouble in getting email FROM the
server.)

Any help? Thanks in advance!

Richard Pini

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Peter Ceresole
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Re: error 452 4.4.5 insufficient disk space
Posted: 05-29-2004, 06:01 PM
Richard Pini <rpini@elfquest.com> wrote:
> Usually I leave the setting for "sending mail" set to my home cable
> SMTP server, with no trouble. This time, I tried a couple different
> SMTP servers that I've used (for cable, for dialup) and get the same
> error message no matter what. I've tried a few things suggested in this
> newsgroup (compacting mailboxes, already got plenty of RAM) but no joy.
Sorry, I'm not sure what you're saying; are you using a Wifi hot spot to
send? In that case are you connected directly to the ISP that provides
your mail account? Or are you accessing it from outside, using smtp
auth? Because in the normal course of things nobody should be allowing
you to post via their server unless you're logged in or authorised by
passsword, and the error messages you'd get might not be wholly
accurate. Maybe it's the authorisation that's broken?
> (By the way, there appears to be no trouble in getting email FROM the
> server.)
That should be no problem from anywhere.
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Klaus Hereth
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Re: error 452 4.4.5 insufficient disk space
Posted: 05-31-2004, 09:49 AM
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Richard Pini <rpini@elfquest.com> wrote:
> "There has been an error transferring your mail. I said: MAIN FROM:
> <rpini@elfquest.com> size=2048 And then the SMTP server said: 452
> 4.4.5 Insufficient disk space: try again later"
If the error message is correct, it means that your mail spool on the
server is full.

I suggest contacting your administrator.

Greets,

Klaus

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Bill Cole
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Re: error 452 4.4.5 insufficient disk space
Posted: 06-03-2004, 03:50 AM
In article <290520041215060817%rpini@elfquest.com>,
Richard Pini <rpini@elfquest.com> wrote:
> This is a brand-new one to me. I'm using Eudora Pro 5.2.1 (paid) on my
> Powerbook (10.2.8) and have been having no trouble whatsoever for a
> long, long time.
>
> Today, I tried sending some email from a local wireless spot (which I
> have also done many times with no problem) and got the following:
>
> "There has been an error transferring your mail. I said: MAIN FROM:
> <rpini@elfquest.com> size=2048 And then the SMTP server said: 452 4.4.5
> Insufficient disk space: try again later"
>
> Usually I leave the setting for "sending mail" set to my home cable
> SMTP server, with no trouble. This time, I tried a couple different
> SMTP servers that I've used (for cable, for dialup) and get the same
> error message no matter what. I've tried a few things suggested in this
> newsgroup (compacting mailboxes, already got plenty of RAM) but no joy.
> (By the way, there appears to be no trouble in getting email FROM the
> server.)
That message is coming back from the mail server. Coming at that stage
is a very bad sign, as it indicates that the server's spool area for
accepting mail is full. That particular wording implies sendmail, and
that implies a main spool at /var/spool/mqueue and a submission spool at
/var/spool/clientmqueue. Whatever server you are talking to when that
message gets sent back is short on space.

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