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x.com (x) has reached 80% of their bandwidth limit

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cranky, Aug 17, 2003.

  1. Cranky

    Cranky Member

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    I've started getting these roughly every 16 minutes. Definately not 15 minutes, as they gradually move between 15-17 minutes each time. Any ideas why I'm receiving so many copies complaining about the very same domain? We've had around 60 so far all about the one domain. Is this normal? Surely it's not, that would be plain stupid...

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    Perhaps these were/are queued mail messages? cPanel usually only sends out notifications once a day. You may want to try restarting cPanel if this continues:

    service cpanel restart

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    Hi,

    Nope they're not queued. They're new emails every 16 minutes. :-/

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    Then try restarting cPanel.

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    Yep I did, sorry, just edited the above.

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    Since that didn't work. I would filter the emails and contact your host or cPanel to take a look at your machine. Hard to diagnose over a forum.

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    Cheers

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