‘Error 552: Requested Mail Action Aborted’ typically indicates that the email being sent is too large or that the recipient’s mailbox has exceeded its storage quota.
This means either the email message, with its attachments, exceeds the size limit set by the receiving server, or the recipient’s email storage is full and can’t accommodate more messages.
In some cases, it might also indicate that the email contains content that the receiving server has flagged as suspicious or harmful. In most cases, the error indicates a rejection due to space constraints or potential security concerns.
To address this error, verify the size limits and permitted attachment types set by the recipient’s email server or service provider. Ensure that the email, including attachments, remains within the specified size constraints.
Additionally, it’s crucial to only send attachments in file formats that are accepted by the recipient’s server or provider. By adhering to these guidelines, you can minimize the chances of encountering this error and ensure smoother email communication.
That’s it! Now you know the common causes of the 552 error and how to resolve it.
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