We have a website which has exceeded their traffic quota. As a result, the site gets disabled. However the next night when 300- quota_notify.inc.php runs again, the site gets disabled again. It is possible of course to increase the user's quota, but then we would have to remember to manually revert that change at the end of the month. Another alternative is to wipe out older records from web_traffic, but that seems too destructive - it would also mess with what the user sees in their dashboard. I am contemplating a functionality like: option a) - A possibility to temporarily increase a user's web traffic limit. But that needs to come with a cronjob then to automatically revert it back to their "normal" limit at the end of the month. option b) - If an admin enables a site which was previously disabled - And the site had traffic_quota_lock='y' - Then add an acknowledged='y' value to the web_traffic records for the current month. In the nightly cron, the SQL query would change to ignore the already acknowledged records (i.e. AND WHERE acknowledged != 'y') That would effectively reset the available quota for a website for that current month, when an admin re-enables a disabled website. Before we start on that change we would like to ask: 1. Is there indeed no "clean" way to reset the traffic quota in ISPConfig 3 right now, or did I miss something? 2. What do you think of the proposed changes?