On Friday 24 February 2006 11:52, Bob Hutchinson wrote: > On Friday 24 Feb 2006 16:05, Ken Jones wrote: > > Bob Hutchinson wrote: > > > On Friday 24 Feb 2006 07:49, Tom Collins wrote: > > >>http://vpopmail.sf.net/ > > >> > > >>5.4.15 - released 24-Feb-06 > > >> > > >>Release Notes: > > >> > > >>This release fixes a few loose ends in the 5.4.14 release. Here are > > >> the Release Notes from 5.4.14: > > >> > > >>This release brings in the vpopmail daemon (vpopmaild) from the 5.5 > > >>development series, and fixes a few bugs from 5.4.13. > > > > > > Does this version support domainquotas? > > > There is no mention of --enable-domainquotas in ./configure --help > > > > <snip> > > > > Probably the most efficent way to support domain quotas is to set up > > operating system user quotas and place each domain under > > a different user. > > > > Ken Jones > > Thanks for all your answers, I just wanted to clarify the situation. > ATM I'm happy with vpopmail, and if a customer wants domain quotas it'll > have to be with vmailmgr I guess.
how come? you can configure a vpopmail domain to run as another user. Not to say you shouldn't use vmailmgr. I've been using vmailmgr for about 4 years now, heh. Just saying that vpopmail can do what I assume you thought you needed vmailmgr for. -Jeremy -- Jeremy Kitchen ++ [EMAIL PROTECTED] In the beginning was The Word and The Word was Content-type: text/plain -- The Word of Bob.
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