Try using system quotas instead. This is what I use. Put each virtual domain under a separate unix user. Impose a system quota on that user. Then set per-user quotas from qmailadmin.
There's a -u option to vadddomain to set it to the specified unix userid and setup the "domains" directory under that user's home directory. This is a workable approach (I've been using it for years), and I'm delaying patching vdelivermail to implement it so I can finish up on qmailadmin. Thanks, Brian > Hi Brian! > > I have installed Qmail+vpopmail+swwebmail on Redhat Linux 8.0 > Now, I want to implement disk quota per virtualdomain. > > when I add a virtualdomain ./vadddomain manish.com -q 2000000 > this option works as > -q quota_in_bytes (sets the quota for postmaster account) > > Sets the quota for postmaster account. > > But as I have 25 virtualdomains, I want to allocate specified disk quota > to each virtualdomain. > And the postmaster of that virtualdomain can use that disk space as per > his requirement with any number of users. > > Please give the workable answer... > > Manish Jain > System Admin > ERDCI Noida > > > > > > Brian Galaxy Networks, Inc.