From time to time, you may receive an email indicating that you are nearing your allocated space limit for a particular resource.
While it is true that you can use as much space as each plan allows, part of the way this is controlled is on a resource by resource basis. For example, by default, we allocate each email box with 2 meg of disk space. However, if you us all of that space up, you will no longer be able to accept any more mail.
To allocate more space for your email account, follow the directions located at: Changing your email space allocation.
We also allocate 10 meg of space for each SQL database you setup on the server. To complicate matters, the default install of MS-SQL splits this allocation between the log file and the database file. So, you really only get 5 meg of space for MS-SQL before you start running into trouble.
So, one of the first things you'll want to do if you've setup a MS-SQL database, is go change the proportions between the log file and the database file.
To allocate more space for your database, follow the directions at the end of Creating a MS-SQL Database or Creating a pgSQL or MySQL Database