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What does Mail Quota Exceeded mean?
This means that your mailbox is full. Each mailbox has a limited size. You should remove older emails on the server so you can start receiving mails again. There is no point in removing mails in your local POP3 mail client.
A full mailbox may have various reasons:
There is limited tolerance. If you exceed this limit, incoming mail will be blocked as long as youuse too much space.
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