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sophos9

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Hi

Does anyone know of or maybe it will come in a later version a page like the login page that will tell a user they have exceeded there quota?

Currently an email gets sent to the user but it would be MUCH nicer for them to see a webpage everytime they try to access the internet telling them they have maxxxed the quota!!

Please kerio, im sick of support calls telling me "I cant access the web, just a blank page comes up"

Thanks in advance Rolling Eyes
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atomar

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I know this is a very old post but I was wondering if such a feature has been implemented since this post.
A redirect to a quota exceeded page would be much more useful than connections timing out.
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Aleksandr

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So many people need it too, I think!
How we can have action upon developers?
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Night Shadow

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yeah ...im allwayes have problem with my clients about cannot open pages when they have max quaota..

its very important to redirect user to max quoata pages ..

i hope to make that in feuter version
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atomar

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Seeing that users don't check their email often enough to see traffic quota notifications and then just scream if pages no longer load, I've written a small app that installs as Windows service.
It basically checks an email account which receives all quota notifications, then parses the content and sends on a more customized email and/or SMS to the user.
SMS is done through an email-to-SMS provider.

Let me know if anyone's interested and I'll tidy up the code a bit to make it more configurable.
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