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sirjosi

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Is it possible to auto notify people who are about to reach their quota?

pay it forward
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cyberknight

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I have been looking for this option too? I consider it's a must have for the users, but unfortunately I haven't found a solution yet either.

Peter
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HSK2840

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I hope Kerio is reading along here since that is really a missing 'option' in the system!
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innuit12

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I agree - users should be warned when they're approaching their quota. Simply shutting off email with no notice tends to piss people off.

It seems the only thing you can do is adminstratively keep tabs on user quota's by highlighting all your users, clicking Statistics, sorting on the Quota column and then exporting to a csv file. Then notify them one at a time.

This feature really needs to be included in the next version!

In the interim - some type of scripting solution would be nice.



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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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innuit12 wrote on Wed, 22 September 2004 20:47

I agree - users should be warned when they're approaching their quota. Simply shutting off email with no notice tends to piss people off.

It seems the only thing you can do is adminstratively keep tabs on user quota's by highlighting all your users, clicking Statistics, sorting on the Quota column and then exporting to a csv file. Then notify them one at a time.

This feature really needs to be included in the next version!

In the interim - some type of scripting solution would be nice.




This feature is already there all the time since KMS 6.0.0.
When the user reaches over 90% of his quota, he will receive warning mail from mailserver.

[Updated on: Wed, 22 September 2004 21:33]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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innuit12 wrote on Wed, 22 September 2004 20:47
> I agree - users should be warned when they're approaching their quota. Simply shutting off email with no notice tends to piss people off.
>
> It seems the only thing you can do is adminstratively keep tabs on user quota's by highlighting all your users, clicking Statistics, sorting on the Quota column and then exporting to a csv file. Then notify them one at a time.
>
> This feature really needs to be included in the next version!
>
> In the interim - some type of scripting solution would be nice.


This feature is already all the time since KMS 6.0.0.
When the user reaches over 90% of his quota, he will receive warning mail from mailserver.
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Pavel Dobry
Kerio Technologies





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innuit12

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Great!

We're currently running version 5.7.10

That'll help when it comes time to convince the Director we need to upgrade.
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