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Old 14th November 2011, 17:28
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Default ISPConfig 3 mail quota exceeded warning

In current versions of ispconfig, when a user's mailbox quota is exceeded, the mailbox user is not informed about this.

Has anyone tried to create, for example, a cron script to scan all 80% and up quota's and sending out an email to the mailbox user or the administrator to inform about the fact that this user(s) is/are running out of mailbox space?

I'm working on a standard ispconfig 3.0.3.3 with courier on ubuntu 8.04lts.

Looking forward to your suggestions!

Kind regards,

Tom
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