Remove your memory card,re-start the phone.Ensure you can access your messages.If you insert your memory card without having to turn off the phone (eg nokia 6300) then put it back.At least it worked for me.
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the message means about your internal storage capacity which will be in terms of only MB's!!!!! change the default settings to store all your contacts, text messages, pictures and videos to your memory card and also move any files from the internal memory to memory card..this will free up the space!!
Dear take a backup of your mobile memory data (memory card data backup is not required) and then go to Start>Settings>System (Tab)>Clear Storage, This will reset your mobile and that would all Audio Manager error.
There are 2 different sets of memory - the built-in "Storage memory" & the microSD "Storage Card". You can see how full they are: 1: Run "Task Manager". 2: Choose "Menu", choose "System Info".
I'm guessing that your Internet Explorer cache is large, filling up the "Storage memory". To clear it: 1: Run Internet Explorer. 2: Choose "Menu", choose "Tools", choose "Options", choose "Memory" 3: Select "Temporary Files" & "Clear". This will run a minute or so.
I've had the same problem. Typically the Temp Internet Files are the culprit. Which hotrodvixen mentions, but not the others. Are you using the internet a lot or downloading files from the internet on a regular basis that may be an ongoing problem? What happens if when you get the low memory message you just clear the temp internet files, does that fix the problem (temporarily)?
For any others who need to know how to clear temp internet files:
Open Internet Explorer > Menu > Tools > Options > Memory > Delete Files
Your phone is out of ram memory. Symbian phones use the internal memory as rom memory (dinamically allocated) ram memory (for user programs) and firmware storage. If the internal memory is almost full the phone will begin to give you such errors because it can't load into ram the text aplication that is require to start in order to process sms messages. Please try to avoid to fill the internal memory and instead move anything from it to the memory card. A full internal memory can result in slow phone operation, errors, program crashes or even the failure to boot-up (start) the phone. Therefore, in your case you should try to free more internal memory (phone memory) and check the sms folder to see if you can send messages. If this doesn't solve, you may have a virus or a bad program installation that corrupted symbian OS's registry. This will require to hard reset the phone.
Please come back with a reply if these methods fail.