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Approaching resource limit




There are a few types of resource limit that our system will automatically email you about...

 

Summary quota : This is your total diskspace usage, for example if you have a Bronze account, you will have 100MB of total diskspace - if you have used 95% or more our system will automatically email you to let you know. The email contents may look like this...

 

APPROACHING RESOURCE LIMIT
Summary quota account:12345 has used 96 MB out of 100 MB limit

 

Please note that summary quota is an average use of diskspace over the billing month, and is reset each month - you can check the date it is reset on your control panel by clicking the magnifying glass icon above the usage bar.

 


Mail Quota : Each mailbox has a quota size - exceed 95% usage our system will email you to let you know...

 

Mail Quota mailbox: amailbox@yourdomain.com has used 102.76 MB out of 100 MB limit

 


Windows Quota : This is the web disk space on your windows accounts, where your site files and logs are stored, example email...

 

Windows Quota user:userid has used 97 MB out of 100 MB limit

 


Traffic Quota : This is the amount of traffic you have used, eg visitors to your site, email sent and received and FTP usage. These emails are sent when 80% usage is exceeded.

 


7.2 GB of traffic has been used this month out of 8 GB limit 

 

Please note that your traffic quota is reset each month - you can check the date it is reset on your control panel by clicking the magnifying glass icon above the usage bar.

 

If you are exceeding disk usage quota, you can try deleting some files, or emptying the mailbox, alternatively you can purchase more space or upgrade your account.

 

If you are exceeding your traffic usage quota you can either...

 

1..ignore and pay the excess charges at the end of the billing month.

 

2..upgrade your hosting plan

 

3..Purchase extra data transfer for your existing account

 

If you expect to use more than your allocated quota regularly the cheapest option would be to upgrade your hosting plan.

 


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