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This article will show you how to change your mailbox password or mailbox quota in cPanel. This article assumes you are already logged into your cPanel account.
Click the Email Accounts icon in the Mail section of cPanel.
Locate your mailbox in the list of mailboxes part way down the screen.
You can now click Change Password or Change Quota depending on what you wish to do.
If you set a mailbox quota to Unlimited, this will allow the mailbox to grow until it takes up your whole cpanel account's allowance. This may cause difficulties later on, so it's usually better to set this to a value which is less than your total allowance.
For more information regarding your email settings, read How to determine your email configuration settings.