On Tuesday, October 21, 2003, at 11:28 AM, Jochen Schug wrote:
Is there a documentation about what these values mean? What's the difference between quota, default_quota, perm_quota and perm_defaultquota?

Here's the file I built for the distribution which includes some details on what everything means.

# Default limits file.  This file is used for domains without a
# .qmailadmin-limits file.

# maximums for each account type, -1 = unlimited
maxpopaccounts          -1
maxforwards             -1
maxautoresponders       -1
maxmailinglists         -1

# quota for entire domain, in megabytes
# example shows a domain with a 100MB quota and a limit of 10,000 messages
#quota 100
#maxmsgcount 10000

# default quota for newly created users (in bytes)
# example shows a user with a 10MB quota and a limit of 1000 messages
#default_quota          10485760
#default_maxmsgcount    1000

# uncomment the following lines to disable certain features

# Set bitflags on account management for non-postmaster admins.
# To disable certain features, add the following bits:
#   Create = 1, Modify = 2, Delete = 4
# So, to allow modification but not creation or deletion of
# POP/IMAP accounts, set perm_account to 5.

perm_account            0
perm_alias              0
perm_forward            0
perm_autoresponder      0
perm_maillist           0
perm_quota              0
perm_defaultquota       0

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