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Each can have ramifications on the amount of space that will be used at your email service provider. In addition to reading and dealing with email on your computer, you might also be using a mobile device, such as a mobile phone. The most common solution is IMAP. Download right-click, Save-As Duration: Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. I all depends on your provider. You could then tell everyone about your Gmail acct and keep your old address open for stragglers who might try to email you for years after switching to Gmail. I never close an email account, I just tell everyone about my new acct and stop giving the old one to people. But then I usually check my old address occasionally for people I may have forgotten to tell my new address to. Can someone please tell me what sort of wording the email provider uses when notifying a sender that their email has been bounced. I have never seen such a notice, unless they just send a general notice stating that the mail is undeliverable. And if this is what happens it surely must be unfortunate, for many people will not think of trying to send the email again in a week or two I should think. At this time, with the Internet being so much faster than it used to be, more and more people are attaching large attachments like photographs that are multiple mega bytes in size. A few of those will clog up an in box very quickly. Sometimes when you run into problems with being over quota, a call to your ISP may help. I had this happen a couple of times and the ISP set up a temporary folder for my incoming emails that were over quota so that the inbox was within limits. This temporary folder had to accessed directly online and not through my email client. I was given a time limit of a couple of hours to download the messages and delete them from their mail server. After that, all messages older than the current day were going to be deleted. I know because I ran the check after reading your recommendation on Facebook. This will give you 17GB 19 if you run the security check of email storage. Thunderbird, Outlook and some other email programs give you that option. Sometimes those contents also count to the quota. I ran into that once-upon-a-time. Then go through your Spam or Junk folder and clean everything out. Finally, go through your Trash folder, and clear that out. For example, if you have a 3GB quota limit on emails and you have 2GB of junk files, you effectively have only 1GB of space for new emails, which can fill up quickly. Hopefully this will help with your email problem. I use iMap to keep everything in sync. However, on one computer, I have a Thunderbird local folder on the hard drive. Any emails that I want to save, but not need to have access to on every device, I save in the local folder. This keeps my inbox cleaner and less likely to go over the quota. Using a program like Thunderbird to download messages to your own computer may assuage the fears of some that one day all their email may have inexplicably been deleted from Yahoo servers. This way you can have email on your own computer plus on the Yahoo servers for easy access from any device. Was shocked to see how easy it was to still run out of space. This allowed for multiple access by BlackBerry etc. Sometimes we had to log on to webmail and clear some messages if we ran out of space prematurely. Archiving deletes messages from my regular folders and moves a copy to local Archive folders on the computer. The delete action synchronizes with the folders on the server and frees up space. Deleted items go to Trash which is still a part of the account, so Trash has to be cleared also. I set Archive to run automatically every 2 weeks and archive anything older than 6 months. A colleague of mine receives much heavier emails than mine due to the nature of his job, so I had to set his to archive anything older than 3 months. Our laptops are backed up continuously, so hopefully the Archive folders should never be lost, and we get to keep all our mail. If you use a client like Thunderbird you can move e-mails to an off-line folder. Obviously you then need to take responsibility for ensuring the off-line folders are backed up. On my yahoo account I got a mail daemon saying google account is over quota. I have read the articles. There are 3 G mail accounts. His is used by an android phone as well. I do not want to lose what is there particularly playing around with my settings and ending up maybe loosing his saved stuff inadvertently. Also I want to have my G mail account come up on the Desk top computer as 1 it is a school email. There used to be a spot to click on change user, but I do not see it anymore. As I have 2 accounts I would like to switch back and forth to I am not clear on how to set that up or IF I have ability to do so anymore. My Yahoo account has a g link but something says it is not in sinc even though I went into tools, all information appears correct. I know basics but admit to not being a wiz. I have i email of 10, bits and I cannot delete it because it is over quota. It seems to be a scam or spam. It is clogging up my email system. What can I do? Your email address will not be published. Making Technology Work For Everyone. How can that be? It is getting worse now. Why does email bounce? And how can it help me manage my email? Among other features, it makes dealing with email on multiple devices much easier. Is it a choice? Is it an end-user choice after all, depending on your personal requirements? Please read the article you just commented on — it answers this question. It pays to be on good terms with your ISP: In the original version of the article I was excited to have 2. The trash and spam folders can both count. Yahoo offers 1 terabyte of storage for email, way more than the examples shown in this article. I believe that is multiple millions of messages, plenty for most folk I would think. Comment only on the article. Start with search, at the top of the page. Off-topic comments will be removed. Email addresses, phone numbers and such will be removed. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.