How do deal with a full mailbox

WARNING: The … email account is almost full.
So the bottom line is that the mailbox has become full and you need to housekeep out any unwanted emails (put in trash/delete & empty trash) to bring down the amount of resource you are using.  This is how you can solve the problem on your own – for free.  It’s just normal housekeeping time.  If you rent a storage locker and it fills up you can either get a bigger locker or clean stuff out.
This can be tedious for you, so let’s consider a few things.
Are you using this email address?  If yes, are there any emails in the box that you need?
If there is nothing in the mailbox that you need then I can use some unix commands on the server to just delete the contents of your mailbox without logging in. If you want me to do this for you I would be glad to do it, but this would be tech time and so my hourly rate would apply.
If you DO want the emails in the box then you can either:
A. download the emails you want to your computer and then move them off the server (using a mail program, drag them out of the mailbox and to your computer).  (This is something you can do, and it would be a free option).
B. import the emails to a gmail free account.  If you have a free gmail account that you already use, Google lets you check mail from other accounts: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#settings/accounts
 – make sure you choose to NOT leave a copy on the other server – this will solve the problem forever and then you only need to check the gmail account.. You can have the emails “labeled” (using the inbound email address) so you can tell them apart easily from your Gmail emails.  You can also configure to Send mail as the inbound emails at the same time. The drawback is that Google only check the email about once an hour.  This setup is something you can do, but if you need help or if you want me to do this for you I would be glad to do it, but this would be tech time and so my hourly rate would apply.  
C. Convert to a  Google apps for Work account and send and receive out of there.
 
For me, the best option is “C” and that is exactly how I work – I import all my emails into Google Apps and I send & receive that way – from one source, using Google servers and benefitting from Google’s excellent spam filter.  If you want me to set this up for you I would be glad to do it, but this would be tech time and so my hourly rate would apply.  
 
Let me know if you want any help – otherwise, housekeeping will solve the problem.
 
Cheers,
 
Clyde