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Old 08-16-2005, 05:55 PM
Kris.Fulgham
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Default Error Copying file or folder - Drag-N-Drop--> Network Shared

Hey there, I am at a loss with this issue. My google results find other
people with this problem but no-one with a solution. I have a user that is
dragging e-mails from Outlook 2003 into a Mapped Network Drive (share), and
into a clients folder. She can do so many and then she will get the error
message "Error Copying file or folder" : "Not enough storage is availiable to
process this command". The server has 140Gigs free, and the user does not
have a limit. If they log out and then back in they will have access to move
the files. It seems like a temp file is filling, but I am at a loss... I have


also installed the hotfix refered to in the KB Article 885227.


Thanks for your time
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Old 10-17-2005, 09:02 AM
MichelleW MichelleW is offline
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Default Re: Error Copying file or folder - Drag-N-Drop--> Network

I am having this problem also with no fix as of yet.
I am researching to possibility of the users email being mixed between Plain Text and HTML format. This idea came from the following link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883917/
Good luck on your search.
MichelleW
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