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Old 18th February 2010, 12:44
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Default Update mail box quota on Main template Defined by Admin

Hi,
we have a production system based on CentOS 5.3 on which we have a distributed SPConfig 3.0.1.6 architecture.
We have defined a Main Template for client limits with "unlimited" mailbox quota.
Using this template we have defined several clients that manage about 100 mail domains on which it has been created about 5000 mailboxes.

The question is :if we set a new value of "mailbox quota" in the main template definition, will this value propagate to the clients already use the template, to their maildomains and finally to already created mailboxes?

If no, how can i change about 5000 mailbox quota without to go in the mailbox's properties via Hosting Control Panel?

Thanks
Federico
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