Stéphane Grégoire wrote:
Chuck Mryglot a tapoté, le 18/08/2009 21:54 :
Is there some maximum that Seamonkey sets or expects?
The quota is on your mail server.
You can say to Seamonkey to delete the messages after some days, I
usually use 15 days.
Or you can tell Seamonkey to delete the emails from the POP mail server
instantly when you download them....
Another possibility here -- your POP mail server could have junk filtering
enabled, and 98% of your mail quota is now filled up with junk mail that you
need to manually tell the mail server to delete.
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