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Subject: Re: Quota in a mailbox
From: Ricardo D. Albano (ralbanoarnet.com.ar)
Date: Wed Feb 16 2000 - 16:12:10 CST


Why in the POP3/IMAP too ?
I think only in the LDA is sufficient.

RDA.-

>At 8:30 PM +0100 2000/2/16, Guenther Blatzheim wrote:
>
>> Unfortunatly this is not a solution for accountless pop only setups...
>
> Yup. You have to have per-mailbox quotas implemented in the code
>of the LDA and presumably the POP3/IMAP server. Sorry about that....
>
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