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Mailbox Unavailable. The server response was 5.2.2 Submission quota exceeded

Updated July 24, 2017

Overview

The following error is returned when the alert email fails in Office 365: 

Mailbox Unavailable. The server response was 5.2.2 Submission quota exceeded

Environment

Any Orion Platform applications using Office 365 for mail delivery

Cause 

The system mailbox storage size limit has exceeded, which means that there is no more storage space for storing or sending new emails in Office 365. 

Resolution

Modify the delivery limits for outbound connections in Office 365.

 

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