On Saturday, October 11, 2003, at 10:32 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Perhaps the authors of vpopmail could add another column to mysql for per-domain
domain1 -> each user created gets a 10m quota domain2 -> each user created gets a 15m quota etc etc
Does this seem to clarify at all?
This already exists, at least in the development tree. Take a look at the -q option (not to be confused with -Q) of vmoddomlimits.
Seems as if the default user quotas are not taken into account when I add a new user with vadduser... The new user still gets the compile-time default, even though there's a default quota set for the domain:
# vadddomain example.com bla # vmoddomlimits -q 10000S example.com # vadduser [EMAIL PROTECTED] bla # vuserinfo [EMAIL PROTECTED] name: test passwd: $1$0cNH2$KqGzT19ARIALtUkyMM1qz0 clear passwd: bla uid: 1 gid: 0 gecos: test all services available dir: /home/vpopmail/domains/example.com/test quota: 50M usage: 0% account created: Sun Oct 12 00:59:17 2003 last auth: Never logged in
When I add a user using qmailadmin 1.0.27, the default quota for the user is handled correctly.