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Old 28th January 2012, 19:54
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Hello,

I'm using ISPConfig Version: 3.0.4.2.

I understand the mailquota in the client limits is the quota for all mailboyes of that client and the mail quota in the mailbox settings is for that specific mailbox.

The problem is if I login as a client in the control panel, in the Statistics->Mailbox quota i can see the disk used for every mailbox, but in every of them is XX Mb of UNLIMITED.

How the client could see is the quota limit he have?

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Old 29th January 2012, 15:58
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Unlimited means that no quota is set for these mailboxes, so the mailbox can take all available harddisk space of that server. You can set the quota for the mailboxes in the mailbox settings.
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Old 30th January 2012, 10:36
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Than you Till,

There is any way to specify a quota for all mailboxes of a one domain, without specify quotas for each mailboxes ?

What we want is to specify a size for the domain (for ex. 1.000Mb -> mailquota limit in a client form) and no specify quotas for each email. The amount of space used by all accounts should not exceed the total assigned for a domain.

Is it possible?
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There is any way to specify a quota for all mailboxes of a one domain, without specify quotas for each mailboxes ?
There is no domain quota available, so you can set a limit only on the client and this limit is applied in the ispconfig interface when the client edits or adds a mailbox.
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