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Currently, there is no way to block a webadmin user from editing quota settings. Also, it would be good if we can block a webadmin from creating new accounts.

This would be a great feature to have. I hope it can be done in the future! :)

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I agree 100%. I host email accounts using Kerio. For the most part everything has been running along extremely smooth and everyone loves the service. However, I just ran into a glitch of sorts.... I set up user quotas when I build the email and then assign an administrator to that domain. I wasn't aware that the administrator via the webadmin can go in and change the user quotas to whatever they want. This can be dangerous because they have no idea how much space is available on a server and if I sell additional space for a price, then they can go in and increase it without paying anything additional. I would like there to be an option that the mailserver administrator (myself) can select to disallow quota changes via webadmin. You have that same feature set for number of users, but not quota space. Any plans from Kerio to make this change in the near future?

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That's really of no help. I also did a request, but no satisfied answer. I hacked some php files.
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