> > Even the courier readme recommends using system quotas.
  > But since all email files are "owned" by the vpopmail user that doesn't 
  > give you much flexibility if you want to implement quotas on a 
  > per-domain or per-user basis.

When you create the account, use vadddomain -u username
to specify the system username that you want the domain
to be owned by.  It will create a "domains" directory in
the home directory of that user.  You set the system quota
for the username supplied.  This would require one system
account per domain.  You could then impose domain quotas
with system accounts and use the regular user quota for
per user constraints.


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