Question about Computers & Internet
It sounds like you have filled your server allocation for emails.
Open Mail, click with two spread fingers on the tracker pad on your account name on the left hand column e.g. "Dan's mail" and on the menu that appears select "Get Account Info". The account name will appear at the top and in the large box below will be a list of all the emails that are still on your provider's server. Click on one of them and then press Command and "A" to select them all.
click the button at the bottom which says "Remove from Server".
this will remove your email from your server giving you more room to receive more emails.
Posted on Aug 18, 2015
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