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Peiloy

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Hi,
I would like to set a user quota for individuals. I have a problem though, if the user exeeds the quota he must still be able to access email. The email type is POP/SMTP. How do I configure this?
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raytaylor

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create a traffic rule at the top of the list. Set it to allow the pop3 and smtp service from your lan to wan/internet connection. Set the translation like your other rules and set it to allow the traffic. Now if a user is blocked, they just need to logout and they can still access email but nothing else.
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cgchavero

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raytylor:

Can you help me please?

I set the rule that you mention, but i think that rule it is not working... i attach screenshot of my configuration.

Tanks.

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raytaylor

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On the client workstation, wait for the user to exceed their quota.

Then go to the client login at http://router ip:4080 and click logout.

Then open up the email program and click send/recieve.
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