On Thursday 23 December 2004 09:37 am, Tom Collins wrote:
> On Dec 23, 2004, at 12:49 AM, Peter Nilsson wrote:
> > I have vpopmail installed and about 2000 domains hostet, the system is
> > filbased (no mysql used) and is working perfekt :-)
> > Now i want to give ekstra space to all users so they have 100 MB quota
> > instead of 50 MB.
> > I have .qmailadmin-limit file in every dir with the old quota settings.
> > Is there any way i can change quota on all accounts in one command or
> > script?
>
> Write a script to go through the output of `vdominfo -n`, which should
> give you a list of domains.  Then call vmoddomlimits for each domain
> and set the new quota.
>
> If you're not good at shell scripting, perhaps someone else on the list
> can contribute a script that accomplishes your goals.
>

for i in `~vpopmail/bin/vdominfo -n` ; do ~vpopmail/bin/vmoddomlimits 
-whatever $i ; done

-Jeremy

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