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is there a way to do this ? i know in ispconfig it had it by quota
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Old 10th June 2009, 08:47
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There is a checkbox named "Active" to enable or disable a site in the website settings.
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There is a checkbox named "Active" to enable or disable a site in the website settings.
Indeed there is, but I guess he meant does ISPConfig halt a site when it reaches its limits, set in the settings.

This does version 3 by default isn't it? I know ISPC 2 doesn't, this is the main reason i am considering to chance the software on my server from 2 to 3.
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