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techKerio

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Hello.
I'm the master admin of server but I delegate an admin user for each domains. I want limit
max quota for each user or I want to set max quota for the specific domain and the domain admin can't go over. So the domain admin can't go over the limit of single mailbox or over the total domain allotment.

This feature is mandatory for service provider environment. I've seen some post like this in the passt but no resolution.
Please somebody know if it's possible to obtain this feature somehow?
Thank you for your attention.
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Kedar

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Hi,
domain quota is not implemented in Kerio Connect. Please use our "Suggest Idea" button in the welcome screen of Web Administration to create new suggestions and vote for existing ideas.
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MacLab

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This suggestion was added a long time ago. Please find it and add your vote. Thanks.

MacLab, Inc.
Kerio Certified Partner, Reseller, Hosting Provider, Kerio Connect Certified.
http://maclaboratory.com
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b-tom

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Can't agree more on that feature. Disk quota on domain level is essential. Please also vote for it in Kerios feature request section.
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techKerio

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Please , I don't see anymore the suggestion status on the Kerio feature request section. Where is it?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It is still there in "Under review" section.
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