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Daniel-2
Hi!

Is it possible to specify a MB-maximum which a domain can use?
I'm thinking of a way to restrict the domain-admin to be able to set quotas for users only from the specified domain-quota.

For example:
- domain-quota: 5 MB
- user1: 2 MB (remaining domain-quota: 3 MB)
- user2: 3 MB (remaining domain-quota: 0 MB)

This would be a real important feature, because if I see right, the current implementation only supports quota-limits for specific users, but a domain-admin can give as many as he wants.
I hope I am mistaking! :-)

1 more question:
Is there a working console-based solution for editing po-gettext files? I don't have X, Windows version of poedit can't open because of unicore conversion problems etc...

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Daniel

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Re: domain quota

gldickens3
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On 05/30/2010 09:45 AM, Daniel wrote:

> Hi!
>
> Is it possible to specify a MB-maximum which a domain can use?
> I'm thinking of a way to restrict the domain-admin to be able to set
> quotas for users only from the specified domain-quota.
>
> For example:
> - domain-quota: 5 MB
> - user1: 2 MB (remaining domain-quota: 3 MB)
> - user2: 3 MB (remaining domain-quota: 0 MB)
>
> This would be a real important feature, because if I see right, the
> current implementation only supports quota-limits for specific users,
> but a domain-admin can give as many as he wants.
> I hope I am mistaking! :-)

Hi Daniel,

I believe that the only way to do this with a stock Exim4U installation
is to set the maximum number of accounts and the maximum mailbox quota
in Domain Administration.  Therefore, the maximum storage each domain
could use would then be the limited to:

        (max. # of accounts) X (max mailbox quota in MB)

I realize that this is probably not what you are looking for but that is
the best that I can suggest.  However, you could always customize a
solution by adding another data field to the MySQL data base for this
and modify siteadd.php and sitechange.php to handle the data entry
accordingly.

> 1 more question:
> Is there a working console-based solution for editing po-gettext files?
> I don't have X, Windows version of poedit can't open because of unicore
> conversion problems etc.

Sorry, but I don't know of anything to recommend for editing the
po-gettext files as requested.

Good Luck!

Gordon