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SquirrelMail is what you call an Email Client. And SquirrelMail does not hanlde your Email.....all SquirrelMail does is allow you to View/reply/change/organize and delete the emails that are on the Email server which is associatd to your domain name of IANMACAULAY.com
FYI......and a word to the wise....please dont put your passwords in here....this is a public chat session.
Moving on......does SquirrelMail give you an error message that says "Quota has been exceeded" ?
Im trying to figure out WHERE this message is coming from.
AN email client is by definition an interface. It interfaces with the Email server, and gives you a GUI to view, instead of CLI.
But, anyways.....email has the domain name imbedded......you know the stuff that comes after the @ symbol. Thats all you can get from an email as far as indentifying information. And the kicker is, that a person could, just bounce an email around enough times, that the original sender information is essentially LOST. its what folks use to to stay anonymous when sending emails.
As far as the actual Email account information (persons name, address, phone number, SSN, etc etc), in a public database, im afraid you are out of luck.
Most notably because FREE email accounts dont require verifying a persons identity, and that it matches up to a real person.
So, what exactly, within SquirellMail (SM), might i be able to help you with?
See, the SM wants your email and password ***** for the domain name Email server. (The IANMACAULAY.com domain)
Or is there something else i am missing?
If this is YOUR domain name that YOU purchased (IANMACAULAY.com), and YOU own. (Own for a limited time anyways).
In the case that YOU own the domain....you gotta figure out who you bought it from, like Godaddy, or 1and1.
Then you can login to the control panel for that domain, and sometimes you get Email services WITH your domain purchase.
So you get the domain name right in your email address.
Is this ringing any bells?
So, go to the website with whom you purchased your domain name. and Login there.
Once your logged in there, you might get alot more options about the emails that come through the email server.
Essentially the control panel will allow (sometimes, depending on what your subscription is, and what you pay for) the user to make deep level changes to the email server for your domain name.
This allows for a depper level of inspection of the incoming emails aswell. Which in turn allows for you to better understand who is sending the emails.
Or am i swinging and missing the pitch again?
Oh...your name server, should have an MX record for the Email server. (MX = Mail Exchanger)
Oh no problem....might i ask that you take a moment to rate my performance.