Common mailer-daemon messages
Common mailer-daemon messages
The common mailer daemon messages are explained below.
250 Requested mail action okay completed
This is not an error. This indicates that your email has been accepted
This error indicates that the AOL member's mailbox is full. The AOL member will need to free up additional space before he/she can receive e-mail.
This indicates that the mail sent was larger than the maximum size that AOL currently allows. The largest piece of e-mail that an AOL member can accept from or send to the Internet is 25 megabytes (MB). This includes the message text, headers, and the attachment combined. These sizes cannot be changed.
This error indicates that the AOL member has configured his account, possibly inadvertently, to only accept mail from certain addresses and/or domains on the Internet. Using Mail Controls, he/she will have to modify these settings to receive e-mail from you. AOL Postmaster cannot override these member-defined settings. We respect our member's privacy and his/her ability to control his/her own mail. Postmaster cannot forward the mail for you.
This error indicates that the recipient's Username no longer exists or the address is misspelled.
This error indicates that your site has been blocked from sending e-mail to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Contact your e-mail administrator for assistance.
This error indicates that there are DNS resolution problems somewhere between your domain and AOL. This usually means that AOL is unable to resolve your domain name in DNS before accepting that mail for delivery.
This error indicates that there are DNS resolution problems somewhere between your domain and AOL. This usually means that AOL is unable to resolve your domain name in DNS before accepting that mail for delivery. Contact your e-mail administrator for assistance. The network administrator for the site may have to modify the resource records in DNS.
The information presently available to AOL indicates that this server is being used to transmit unsolicited e-mail to AOL. On the basis of the AOL's Unsolicited Bulk E-mail policy, AOL cannot accept further e-mail transactions from this server or domain. Please have your ISP/ASP or server admin visitfor more information. If you are receiving the above bounce message, please check our page to determine what is causing your e-mail issue.
This error indicates that your mail server or your ISP's mail server has insufficient disk space. Please contact your ISP or system administrator.
This may include errors such as command line too long. Please contact your ISP or system administrator to help resolve this issue.
This message may appear when the “domain.com” section of an e-mail address contains spelling errors. It is also possible that the computers located at that Internet address are temporarily unavailable (could be due to a technical failure).
This message may appear either when the “user_name” section of the e-mail address contains spelling errors or the e-mail address no longer exists.
This message typically appears when the receiving site is temporarily down.
This message may appear when the address contains extraneous quotation marks or parentheses.
This message is usually displayed when the AOL® service is having trouble communicating with the site that you are trying to send the e-mail to. Mostly, this error indicates an issue with the Web site receiving the e-mail. It is recommended to contact the postmaster team of that particular Web site to resolve this issue.
This message generally appears when the e-mail left the AOL service successfully, but critical errors occurred within the receiving system.
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|Last updated: 03-27-2014|
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