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rinconjoe

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admin notice
01/01/09 12:10:59
Subject: ATTENTION: High Water Mark Notification, bytes in the mailbox!


Your mailbox is over the high water mark.
Please delete some messages from your mailbox!
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Major Payne

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And your problem is referring to what? This forum, Google Mail, Yahoo Mail, MSN, AOL....what?

Edited by Major Payne, 02 January 2009 - 01:46 AM.

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my regular windows mail, I have ran two diffrent virus scanners nothing nothing on email server when I go to another email anyware , what causing this message
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If this is an email you received, it's most likely from your ISP mail server, letting you know, that your space on ISP's mail server is running low.
That may happen, if you have your email program configured to leave messages on server after downloading them.
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