E-mail stuck in the works

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Somebody sent me an e-mail containing a bunch of photos that seem to be too large for me to receive. So every time I go to my e-mail, it takes several minutes while my e-mail tries to download this message and then shows me an error message. I have gone to the online BT website in the hope that I can clear the message from here, however it doesn't even show up. Any ideas?

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clear it from the email server, or contact the company who controls the email server.
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Popss replied the topic: E-mail stuck in the works

stupid question but hard drive full? and some servers limit the amount of content/data you can receive in one sitting.
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I'm not sure where to go other than this website, but like I said there is no sign of the e-mail that is causing me problems in Windows live

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Popss replied the topic: E-mail stuck in the works

sounds like something has acceaded your max allowed content on your email server. typically when you send email, it down loads to providers server. it has a finite size that it will hold for you until you down load it. ofcorse I could be compleatly wrong (nothing new there) and be something else. have you tried stopping auto down load of incoming mail?
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