Thanks for the reply, however it begs a follow up question. If I put full headers in the file, does vpopmail write the quota message directly into the users maildir, or does it use qmail-inject to run the message through the normal local delivery path?
From: Michael Bowe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 2:47 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] customizing quota messages
vpopmail supports custom quota warning messages already.
It does the following :
looks for a .quotawarn.msg file in the domain's directory
if it cant find on there then it looks in the domain root directory
So, all you need to do is create your custom quota warning file
(including custom "From" and "Reply-To" headers) and place
it into the domain's directory and you are right to go.
An example of the format if this file can be found in the
quotawarn.msg file that is in the vpopmail source dir.
There also is some basic info in the README.quotas file
in the vpopmail source dir
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nick Harring" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 6:38 AM
Subject: [vchkpw] customizing quota messages
> I'm new to the list, however I've searched the archives and couldn't find
> answer to this, nor could I find it in the docs, so I think I'm not
> duplicating a previous question.
> I run a site where I have users in a dozen or so domains, and need to
> customize the quota warn messages, not with custom internal text, but to
> the reply-to and other header information to reflect the appopriate
> I'm using vpopmail 5.2.1 with qmail and courier imap/pop. Is this
> functionality supported in 5.3 or do I need to patch 5.2.1 to support
> Also, if I do patch it and make it flexible, would there be interest in my
> submitting said patches for inclusion in future versions? I'd really like
> see this functionality added, and am willing to do the heavy lifting to
> it working, however I'd rather not have to continue to maintain an
> independent patchset if at all possible.
> Thanks in advance,
> Nicholas Harring
> System Administrator
> Webley Systems, Inc.