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Email Accounts - Change the Mailbox (Size) Quota

You can easily update the quota or disk space limit for an email account. This article will explain how to make this change.

Changing the quota of an email account

  1. Log into your HostMonster Control Panel.
  2. Open the Email Accounts tool, located in the Mail section of the cPanel.
  3. Click Change Quota to the right of the email account.
  4. Enter the new quota for the email account.
  5. Click the Change Quota button to confim the new quota.
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