> at least paul said it in a way i could understand:
> he wants to delete _old_ mail in case new mail arrives but would be bounced if 
> that _old_ mail wasn't deleted.
> old mail could be mail in the Maildir/cur directory. However, if you retrieve 
> mail but do not delete it from your pop3 account, this could be for a reason, 
> don't you think? If I'm on the road and just check my mail via web2mail.com 
> (or something similar).. I might expect the very important job offer/customer 
> request/..... to still be in my pop3 account and not being deleted for some 
> dumb 7mb spam.
> and even if that 7mb mail was more important than any "old" mail i still have 
> in my pop3 account: the sender is notified, that i did not get it and may 
> therefor send it again.
> Pail: if you really want to do this, i think you would have to alter 
> vdelivermail.c yourself, as there is no patch, that i know of.
> -- 
> Mit internetten Grüßen / Best Regards
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Justin Heesemann                                        ionium Technologies
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]                                                www.ionium.org

yeah you said that, problem with pop3 that dont change email from unread to read status
perhaps from deliveries qmail to hold a couple of day before it said over quota ?? 
and some notification to user that quota exceded ?
i think it wil be nice to user.


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