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Mail Server Quota

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by MaRiOs, May 23, 2005.

  1. MaRiOs

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    How can I put mail quota for 30maximum emails per day ?
     
  2. MaRiOs

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    Correction, iwant all domain owners to have a qouota of 30 outgoing emails per day and no quota at the incoming ones.

    any help ? :confused:
     
  3. Gorgon@

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    I don't think you can that within the CP. You might be able to do it by modifying the qmail setup manually though. I could be wrong, though. :(

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  4. MaRiOs

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    I cant find anythin in qmails documents :(
     
  5. Gorgon@

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    I know very little about qmail and am not a huge fan of it. I'm confident there is a way to do what you want, but you may have to hunt around a bit to find it.

    Qmail is made up of several pieces and it's possible to modify just one piece and leave the rest intact. You'll probably want to find a patch to the 'qmail-remote' piece since I think that handles SMTP connections.

    I wish plesk used or had the option to use exim. :)

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  6. MaRiOs

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    what is exim ?
     
  7. Gorgon@

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    Exim is another MTA (mail transfer agent), like sendmail, qmail or postfix. I believe Cpanel uses exim as it's MTA. I've been using exim for many years and it's the one I'm most comfortable with. :)

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  8. MaRiOs

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    ow ..ok ...
    i've been using sendmail in my slackware server and it was fine.

    But now i have to solve this with Plesk and Qmail hehe...
    if u find anything post it here..
     
  9. Gorgon@

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    Sure thing.

    M
     
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