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Old 4th June 2009, 18:44
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Default Quota issues, I think.

I just set up ISPConfig 3. I was trying to create a user account which seemed to have went okay, then I noticed that I have no rights as the user.
Example, trying to create an email account for a user. I get this error.


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1. The max. number of mailboxes for your account is reached.

Anyone have an idea or solution? Would be greatly appreciated.
Note* This is a default account for myself so I granted myself unlimited abilites for the user account. No max email clients, db's, yada yada yada.
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Old 4th June 2009, 18:46
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I just set up ISPConfig 3. I was trying to create a user account which seemed to have went okay, then I noticed that I have no rights as the user.
Example, trying to create an email account for a user. I get this error.


Error

1. The max. number of mailboxes for your account is reached.

Anyone have an idea or solution? Would be greatly appreciated.
Note* This is a default account for myself so I granted myself unlimited abilites for the user account. No max email clients, db's, yada yada yada.
Are you sure that you set the amount to -1 and not to 0?
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Old 4th June 2009, 18:54
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Originally I had it put to 0 then upon doing some more reading I found that -1 is unlimited. All is set to -1 in the users account.

Another error:

I created a second account which has the same rights that mine does. The second account is unable to SSH to the server ;D .. but my account can.
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Old 5th June 2009, 01:15
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Kinda on topic, when I set -1 as the mailbox size limit I ended up with a 1mb quota and alerts in thunderbird. I set the mail size to a large # of mb and all was well, but -1 didn't seem to mean unlimited for that setting.
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Old 5th June 2009, 11:15
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Originally I had it put to 0 then upon doing some more reading I found that -1 is unlimited. All is set to -1 in the users account.

Another error:

I created a second account which has the same rights that mine does. The second account is unable to SSH to the server ;D .. but my account can.
You seem to mix up ispconfig 2 and ispconfig 3. Email users in ISPConfig 3 can never login by SSH.
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