I received a notice about my mailbox memory quota. How can I manage my account's usage?
Each mailbox in the Princeton-ma.us system is allocated a portion of the total available memory on the mail server. The initial quota for each mailbox is set to 100Mb. If you reach your quota, your mailbox will reject new messages so it's important to pay attention to your usage.
If you use an E-mail client such as Outlook or Thunderbird, and have it properly setup, you won't need any more memory. If you use a browser to access your E-mail via princeton-ma.us/webmail, we have increased your quota to give you greater flexibility.
Here are some tips and suggestions to manage your usage:
On the mail server (webmail), if you have set the Spam Assassin level too high (a good value is 6) you may be filling up your mailbox with spam.
If you’re using webmail to access your messages, delete old messages to free up memory. You should do this regularly for your Inbox, your Sent folder and your Trash folder.
If you use Outlook, Thunderbird or another client to access your messages: