I am traying to get quota work for my installation og vpopmail stable (5.2.1)I don't know how reliable the quota support in vpopmail-5.2.1 is, in the developement branch it's working pretty good. One big improvement is the per-domain quota, and not just on a per-user basis (I don't want my users to create 100 accounts per domain that take up 20 megs each).
I tried to reproduce the behaviour you mentioned in your other mail, but I have vpopmail compiled with a default quota size, so the maildirsize file is created automatically when I add a user.
Yes, it is indeed. I'm currently running 5.3.27.Unless I'm not getting this right, vmoddomlimits should be exactly what you need:
vmoddomlimits: usage: [options] domain options: -v ( display the vpopmail version number ) -S ( show current settings ) -Q quota ( set domain quota ) -q quota ( set default user quota )
So a one-time "vmoddomlimits -q 20971520 domain2.com", together with a
"vmoduser -q 20971520 [EMAIL PROTECTED]" for the postmaster
account, and you're done.
I do not have the command /home/vpopmail/bin/vmoddomlimits.
Is this a feature of the develment versions of vpopmail?