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    Default Suggestion for PM

    Every once in awhile I'll get a PM from someone whose mailbox is full. It's irritating as hell to write a detailed response and have it rejected because of the sender's full mailbox.

    If I were king of the world, I'd prohibit sending new messages if one's mailbox were more than 90 percent full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    Every once in awhile I'll get a PM from someone whose mailbox is full. It's irritating as hell to write a detailed response and have it rejected because of the sender's full mailbox.

    If I were king of the world, I'd prohibit sending new messages if one's mailbox were more than 90 percent full.
    Sorry about that, didn't realize my inbox was full

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    it sneaks up on you Chuck, the other day Mine was full and I didn't notice.

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    That's just my point. If one sends a PM and has no room for a reply, what's the point?

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    I don't understand why it doesn't cache it, or at least do a query after you select the individual you are writing to. I agree it can be really irritating.

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    You would think it would at least display a warning over a certain threshold and perhaps send a notification e-mail when that is reached in case a user is not visiting regularly. There is a graph, but since it is always there it is easy to ignore.

    Unfortunately unless there just happen to be some configuration options, changing such behavior would depend on changing vBulletin.

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