How much disk space comes with each email account?

You can store up to the limit of disk space storage the is included with your web hosting package. You may also set quotas for your email accounts via the Accounts feature in cPanel.

For example, you may create an account for a employee and set their email account's disk usage limit to 500 MB. This includes any attachments that may be included with the e-mail message. If your e-mail reaches the limitation of either the individual email box limit or the limit of disk space storage on your hosting package, any additional incoming e-mail will bounce back stating to senders that you have run out of disk space.

 

Through our Website

Log into the Client Area and choose the website domain name. Review the Quick Shortcuts area. Click on the Email Accounts tool. Follow the instructions below.

NOTE: Not all web hosting packages include email services.
 

Through cPanel

  1. Log into your cPanel click on the Email Accounts feature under the Email section.

  2. Find the email account in question, and click on Change Quota.

  3. Type the new email quota (in Megabytes) into the appropriate field. For no disk space quota, click unlimited.

  4. Click Change Quota to store the new value. If you do not wish to change the quota, click cancel.

Email Accounts

 

 

 

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