Cpanel email quota not updating

rm -rf cur/* rm -rf new/* Also remove or rename the file ‘maildirsize’ for manually updating the quota.

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To resolve this, you will need to increase the amount of disk space for that email account to receive mail again.

Alternately, you can delete email in the email account until it is below the email quota.

rm -f maildirsize or, mv maildirsize Double check the command before deleting just to be on the safe side.

Now check if your disk space via c Panel Disk Space Usage, you can see the mails has been cleared and the disk space has been restored.

If your c Panel has exceeded its disk quota, this can also prevent you from receiving email.

If your incoming email used to work and suddenly stopped working, the issue is probably one of the following: Each email account is created with a set quota, which is the amount of disk space allotted to a particular email address for email storage.This quota was set when you created or modified the email account in c Panel and can be set to be unlimited or to a fixed size.The most common reason incoming email might not be received is the email account exceeding its quota.If you are outsourcing your mail through remote MX records or have mail directed to another server through A records, then you will need to make sure that you have the server setting to remote.More information on mail settings can be found here: If you are using a third party mail client, make sure that the incoming mail server settings and ports are correct.To increase your client's disk space: There are some common issues involving DNS that could cause email to not be received.

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