rcovell at rolet.com
Tue Nov 4 11:41:19 EST 2003
Thanks for your reply. We do that now to let users know they are over
quota. But we don't want messages delivered if they are over quota. We
don't even want them to be queued on the system, just bounce back to the
sender. Any experience if the lmtp_overquota_perm_failure performs this or
do we need another config option?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jernej Porenta [mailto:nejc at nejc.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 10:18 AM
> To: Robert Covell
> Subject: Re: lmtp_overquota_perm_failure
> If you are using deliver command to deliver mails, I think that there is a
> switch that allows deliver to deliver mail to mailbox even if it is over
> I dont know the switch but check them out...
> Greetz, Jernej
> On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Robert Covell wrote:
> > Is this the config option to stop emails from being delivered
> if they are
> > over quota?
> > We have it set to:
> > lmtp_overquota_perm_failure: yes
> > I thought I read another post regarding that it does just this.
> > The system does return a over quota message to the sender but
> the messages
> > still get through.
> > Is there something else I should look at to stop delivery, or a
> > config option?
> > Thanks,
> > -Bob
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