TMO Quick Tip - .Mac: Adjusting Your Storage Settings

by , 7:30 AM EDT, August 10th, 2007

Now that Apple has bumped up .Mac storage from 1GB to 10GB, we have a little more breathing room for files and email. To get the most out of that new storage space, however, you'll want to adjust how much space is allocated to email and how much is allocated to data.

Here's how:

Setting email storage automatically adjusts iDisk storage, too.

You can set your email storage between 30MB and 9801MB -- the higher the number, the more email storage space you will have at the expense of iDisk storage. If you need more file storage space, assign less to your email. I set mine at 30MB so I have more room for pictures, shared files, and backups.