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shynma 4th October 2007 14:04

configure quota webmail roundcube
 
Hello excuse my English.
I install debian perfect server etch 4 and ispconfig. I install roundcube package but i can't configure the quota in webmail client "Disk usage: unlimited".
Could you tell me how configure the webmail client if I want to view "Dik usage: xxxMb"
Thanks!!

till 8th October 2007 12:59

You can not configure quota in the webmail client, quota is configured in the email user settings in ISPconfig.

shynma 8th October 2007 14:55

Yes, i configure in ISPConfig but in webmail client it puts "Disk usage: unlimited". I like what in "Disk usage:" it puts the quota user.
thanks.

Tripple 12th October 2007 22:50

Same setup here, same quota message.

till 12th October 2007 23:27

Roundcube is not a part of ISPConfig, its a third party package. You might aslk the roundcube developers if they want to implement support for linux quota.

Tripple 12th October 2007 23:37

Where can a user check his disk space?
Not here: domain.com:81/mailuser/ You can only see the maximum.

With UebiMiau Webmail, there's a theme that shows the quota.

till 12th October 2007 23:41

UebiMiau has a patch for ISPConfig to show the quota, thats one of the reasons why UebiMiau is the only supported webmail app. Such a patch does not exits for roundcube.

shynma 13th October 2007 13:15

Thanks for your help.
 
ok. more thanks

Tripple 13th October 2007 13:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by till
UebiMiau has a patch for ISPConfig to show the quota, thats one of the reasons why UebiMiau is the only supported webmail app. Such a patch does not exits for roundcube.

If roundcube is not supported, why is there a link on the ISPConfig webpage to download this tool. Looks confusing to me.

jnsc 13th October 2007 14:53

The difference is in the fact that UebiMiau is under the Tools & Add-ons section and roundcube under Third-Party Tools & Add-ons, which means that's it's not officially supported.

Regards


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