Error: The TCP/IP protocol stack reported that It ran out of memory…

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I have a Notes 6.5.5 client user getting the following error when replying to or forwarding messages: "The TCP/IP protocol stack reported that It ran out of memory. Consult your network documentation to increase configured memory, or reduce Notes connections by limiting clients" Anyone encountered this? Have any ideas? Thank you.

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The same problem i was facing since last 15 days. Now i got the solution of the same.
U just download the avast internet security ver 5.1.889 & instal the same. Update it & scan full computer with this.
Try this once. Belive me i have no issue such as this now.

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  • LotusNotesDomino
    Thanks yemoseh, Actually looks like the Notes.ini was corrupt. After replacing it, everything seems to be running fine, not sure yet if this is a long-term fix. This type of error seems to have a number of different possible causes.
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  • Prashantm13
    It's a virus, Just Clean you System and network computers with latest AVG antivirus (prefer) Definition, or any other, This virus has already infected you network segment, so try to clean, you network segment. put extra firewall on you network,
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  • BruceWayne
    In our case, it was also related to virus or more generaly malware stuff. Nothing to do with TCP/IP tuning !
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