On Saturday, October 11, 2003, at 03:36 PM, Jochen Schug wrote:
Tom Collins wrote:
On Saturday, October 11, 2003, at 07:07 AM, Jochen Schug wrote:
An example to illustrate what I mean:

$> vmoddomlimits -Q 100M -q 20M example.com

results in a 100 byte quota for domain example.com, and 20 byte default quota for users.

The current development builds parse the -q option properly, but not -Q. I've added this as a bug report on SourceForge, and we should be able to get it into the next release.

I've only checked it with 5.3.27, not the very last release. 5.3.27 doesn't handle -q correct:

It was in 5.3.28. My entry from the ChangeLog:

        Tom Collins
        - Update vmoddomlimits to use format_maildirquota().

If someone else doesn't do it, I'll make sure -Q gets the same treatment.

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