If I include the following services in the disk space usage calculation: Web Space MySQL databases Microsoft SQL databases Mailboxes Tomcat applications Mailing lists ...and I set a domain's "hard-disk quota" to 4 gb (with each of the above services limited to 100 mb of disk space), when a user exceeds one of the service's limit, can plesk send out a notification email alerting us that the particular service in itself will be locked for lack of disk space? From what I see here, and from what I got from frontline support for plesk, it only sends out notifications if the 4 gb "hard-disk quota" is exceeded and that's unacceptable for users will have database records dropped and email messages lost without knowing this until the 4 gb limit is reached - Which in this case will never be reached. Even though their support personel couldn't do better than to beg that Control Panel > Server > Event manager > would help (which does not), I ask: "Did Plesk really turn out to be just an unusable software?" Hell, it can't get any worse than having orders dropped and email lost without any notification alerts sent - I sure can't let my users consume unlimited disk space ...and there's nothing anyone can do about it. But, I realise "we" may be wrong.... so I'll try again asking hands-on analists: Where are the "individual service exceeded limit notifications" for the new Plesk 7.5 Reloaded for Microsoft Windows and Linux?