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Old 10th October 2006, 02:43
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Default soft and hard quotas editing

Hi, i have the following problem:

I have installed ispconfig 2.2.3 and openwebmail 2.52. IspConfig works with mbox format, so openwebmail can read easly all the mail. I can handle mail quota with the panel, but since it can only control the inbox, i decided to use system quotas. The user now can create several folders at the webmail, but he is always limited by his system quota. So i only adjust web quota in the panel, to modify the system quota of every user. The thing is that i need to handle soft a hard quotas as a separate value, because openwebmail acts based on both of them. When I modify the web quota in the panel, the same value is asigned for the soft quota, and the hard quota. And i need diferent values, one a little higher than the other.
For example, user A needs 15mb of soft quota, and 20mb of hard quota. Then he has a margin to delete new mails, or move them to the trash folder, and so on.

Maybe i can edit the panel function library, and set one quota a bit higher (20%) than the other. Could you tell me where can i find the function that asign system quota?

Thank you very much

gabriel
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Old 11th October 2006, 10:52
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Different soft and hard quotas will be available in the next ISPConfig release (2.2.7).
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