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scandal32 24th March 2009 15:14

Quota, Greylist (GLD) & ....
 
Hi

I'm going to use ISPC in my company. I have Debian server with mysql, apache, postfix. I'd like to know if:

1. Is there any plans to ad Greylist in ISPC packet? I use it and it works really good

2. Is there System User Qouota in ISPC? I'd like to give limited space for userrs on my server (clients that bought i.e www, mysql, ftp etc.)

3. Does it compatibile with postfix?

till 24th March 2009 16:17

1) No. As greylisting works fine with ispconfig and there is no ned to integrate it.
2) yes.
3) yes.

scandal32 24th March 2009 20:40

Another Question?
 
Is there transfer limit option?

till 24th March 2009 20:59

Which transfer?

scandal32 24th March 2009 21:07

Reply
 
At first I forgot to thank You for fast anserw. I ment client transfer (amount of data per month i.e.). Also I can't find System Quota and Transfer Limit in Control Panel (v 3.0.1)

falko 25th March 2009 14:07

There's no traffic limit yet in ISPConfig 3.

till 25th March 2009 15:21

Quote:

Also I can't find System Quota and Transfer Limit in Control Panel (v 3.0.1)
You find the quota field in the website settings and ssh user settings.

scandal32 27th March 2009 12:32

Passwords
 
Thank You again for the anserw. The next question is that we have paswords for e-mail coded in MD5(passwd) and we're afraid it won't work after transfer to ISPConfig.... can You help?

till 27th March 2009 13:04

ISPConfig uses crypt and not md5 as md5 hashes without salt can be attacked easily with dictionary attacks. In general you should be able to use md5 as well for old passwords if you modify the postfix and courier config files to allow paswords with both encryptions.


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