Error messages in Entourage (4 Articles)

How to view all email headers in a message

Email headers in a message can provide you with valuable information about the message such as its sender, its return path, etc. Here is how you can view all email headers in a message, depending on what mail client you are using (the instructions assume you have selected the message whose headers you want to see): Webmail Horde - click Show All Headers located in the Headers section above the email's body; SquirrelMail - click View Full Header located in the Options section above the email's body; RoundCube - click the Show Source button (a folded page with an S in the middle) located above the message; Mozilla Thunderbird - go to View > Message Source ; you can also use Ctrl + U Mac Mail - go to View > Message > Long Headers ; Entourage - go to View > Options > Internet Headers ; Microsoft Outlook Express - go to File > Properties > Details > Message Source ; Microsoft Outlook 2003 - go to View > Options > Internet Headers ; Microsoft Outlook 2007 - go to Options > Internet Headers ; Opera - right-click on the message > View All Headers and Message ; Google Email/Gmail - click the down arrow button next to Reply and choose Show original ; …

Error -17099 in Entourage

Error -17099 with error message " Relaying to <user@domain.com> prohibited by administrator... " is shown when the message cannot be sent by the SMTP server. The most common reason for this error is your ISP. Most probably their SMTP server cannot send your email because you are trying to send the message to too many recipients. The best solution would be to reduce the number of recipients. You should avoid sending a mail to more than 15 recipients.…

Error -36 in Entourage

Error -36 means that there is a hardware problem with your computer. You should run a diagnostic utility to check your disks for any hardware issues.…

Error -34 in Entourage

Error -34 means that the hard disk is full and there is not enough disk space for the current operation to be completed. Freeing up some space on your hard disk should resolve the issue.…