If you use system quotas (as I do), then
install qmailadmin setuid root and it all works fine.
It will switch to the userid of the system account
that is specified in the users/assign file.


  > Hello Ninad,
  > On Friday, December 13, 2002 at 12:37:56 PM you wrote:
  > >>> I know about the per user quota settings. Is there anywhere to do a
  > >>> per domain quota capping? Eg. Cap the quota for the directory of the
  > >>> domain.
  > >> Make use of system quota.
  > >> Create a dedicated user for each domain you want to have an overall
  > >> quota and make use of '-u' option in 'vadddomain'.
  > > When I had tried a similar thing earlier, qmailadmin refused to work
  > > probably due to change of user/group which expects vchkpw:vpopmail
  > > Is there any workaround for this problem, other than using a separate
  > > qmailadmin binary having identical permissions for every such domain
  > > group?
  > A theoretically, absolutely untested possibility could be putting all
  > domains in different system groups, but with user vpopmail and using
  > system-group-quotas, instead of system-user-quotas.
  > -- 
  > Best regards
  > Peter Palmreuther

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