Bruno Negrão wrote:

Hi Casey,

patrick:$1$oza9XaY.qO8uXhlaR701:1:0:patrick is internal

You'd at least need an extra colon before INTERNAL, because there's already
the optional NOQUOTA property.

Wouldn't the string NOQUOTA be exactly in the place where there is a 60MB in my example above?

I understand your point. Makes sense. But this feature is still useful, and there are commercial mail servers providing it, so I want to be able to do this with qmail and vpopmail (or other add-on software that can do this in place of vpopmail)

I will try with vpopmail more. The vpopmail developers didn't show up until now to give their opinion, maybe they're too busy. Let's wait.


While not a developer per se, I do help with a lot of testing etc and I think the preferred place to put a flag like that is in the gid field with all of the other flags.

While the idea does have merit, most of the development occurs to fixes bugs or if one of the developers has a particular itch to scratch. I don't think we'll be seeing this in vpopmail until a C programmer needs it or someone is willing to pay for it.

I'll poke around in the code and see if I can guesstimate how much work it would be to add it.

You are correct about the NOQUOTA location though, it does go where the 60MB in your example is.



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