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thunderbird error "Account exceeded bandwidth limits (failure)

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thunderbird error "Account exceeded bandwidth limits (failure). I keep getting this error when i log in to my gmail account. i am using windows xp pro and thunderbird for my email.
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Have you logged into Gmail via web browser yet to check how much space you using? You might need to empty trash or outbox.
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have you seen this link yet?
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/gmail/thread?tid=166a48b67e267726&hl=en&start=40
log into gmail, turn off imap and pop access, wait a couple hours, turn it back on and see how it goes.
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jodyreid,
Do you need any more help? What kind of results did you get with my suggestions?
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