On Friday 07 March 2003 10:13, Jesse Guardiani wrote:
> On Friday 07 March 2003 09:47, Jesse Guardiani wrote:
> > On Friday 07 March 2003 08:01, Brian Kolaci wrote:
> Hang on. I think I just realized what I've been missing
> the entire time:
> The USER QUOTAS still work! That means that maildrop and
> courier still enforce them.

So, Bill, why don't you think Ken might not sign off on this?

> But when you create a domain, you can specify a domain
> quota and vpopmail internally limits the size of each
> user quota based on the domain quota.
> Maildrop STILL WORKS with domain quotas. Everything is
> compatible as long as your domain admins use qmailadmin
> to set up domain quotas.
> I'm truely sorry about all of that. I get it now.
> I feel really really silly.
> Thanks for your patience!

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