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Default Rebuild Quotas after maildir migration

I have migrated some maildomains from another non-ispconfig server into my ispconfig 3 box.

Everything seems to work fine, but somehow i have lost my quotas. Is there a way to rebuild those in ISPCONFIG 3?

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use the resync function. You can find it under Tools > resync.
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