hi ppl
 i got the patch of maildir++ from the
link. But plz help me in using , how can i use that, how i compile or where
i copy to use itsfunctionality.

Thanks in advance for help.
with regard and waiting for reply.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Bowe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Quota warn messgae

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "zafar rizvi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 3:24 PM
> Subject: [vchkpw] Quota warn messgae
> > hi ppl
> >  i m using qmail on redat with vpopmail latest version.
> > I set that .quota warn message file for quota warning message, but do't
> know
> > why it sending mail when quota limit is near 20 or 15% used.
> To ensure that your quota counts are always accurate, you need to make
> sure that any applications that are involved in the adding/removing of
> messages
> are maildir++ compliant.
> Using a non maildir++ compliant POP3 daemon (such as the one that comes
> with qmail) is the most common cause for the quota system to falsely be
> reporting that a user has hit their quota limit.
> Bill Shupp has a patch for qmail that fixes both the qmail-pop3d
> and the qmail-local programs so that they become maildir++ compliant.
> You can download this patch from here :
> http://www.shupp.org/patches/qmail-maildir++.patch
> I would recommend that you then go and delete all your user's
> quota files (because they contain inaccurate counts). The quota
> files will be automatically recreated and will contain the correct
> totals next time a message is delivered.
> I have used this command in the past on my server to zap all
> the user's quota files :
>   find /home/vpopmail/domains -name 'maildirsize' | xargs -i --verbose rm
> '{}' 2>&1> ANd some time i have one or two mails and got quota warn
> why and
> > the date it show in the header date field is very far behind the
> > date.........why
> This is a limitation of the vpopmail quota warning system. The
> warning message does not contain any date field, which causes
> assorted weird results depending on the mail client that is used
> to read the message. A little more information about this is
> available in the archives here :
> http://bluedot.net/mail/archive/read.php?f=2&i=10854&t=10851
> Hope that helps!
> Michael.

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