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Old 14th August 2012, 09:40
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Red face Mailbox quota error in ISPConfig3 Courier after changing /var/vmail to /home/vmail

Dear Support,

Recently i have changed my Maildir from /var/vmail to /home/vmail, i've also changed in ISPconfig config ang .mailfilter .maildir file to /home/var, everything works ok except Quota, it's still 0MB...

I have latest ISPConfig 3.0.4.6 CentOS 6.2, and Courier mail server...

Could everyone help my how to resolve this problem.

Thanks a lot,

Hoang Phuong
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Old 14th August 2012, 09:58
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Try to create a symlink /var/vmail that points to /home/vmail
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I was create a symlink in /var/vmail thats link point to /home/vmail then reboot Server, still 0MB in all mailboxes?
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And quota display worked before? It may take some time until quota is recalculated, so you should wait a few hours.
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I was waiting for 8 hours still 0KB, so i think i hava wrong setting somewhere, because in stock installation my mail was in /var/vmail its counting quota, it's happened when i change to /home/vmail, so could everyone tell me where is mail quota settings? i think it's still counting /var/vmail folder where is no data.

One more information what i've done:
Change vmail dir in ISPConfig3 -> Systems -> Systems Config -> Mail -> change to /home/vmail
Then i'm editing .mailfilter file in vmail foder change all /var/vmail.... to /home/vmail
After that i can create new mailbox it's putting to /home/vmail and i can use this mailbox as usual... but only quota not working???

Please help me resolve this issue...

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