Quota on subfolders question.
aspineux at gmail.com
Tue Jan 20 02:43:45 EST 2009
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 7:51 PM, k bah <kbah at linuxmail.org> wrote:
> user/someuser~domain.com (\HasChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/Drafts (\HasNoChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/INBOX (\HasNoChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/2008 Messages (\HasNoChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/Sent (\HasNoChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/Spam (\HasNoChildren)
> user/someuser~domain.com/Trash (\HasNoChildren)
> The above folder/subfolder structure is how my users mailboxes are now.
> Q1) If INBOX has a 50Mb quota (autocreatequota on imapd.conf) and the other subfolders do not have a quota configured via cyradm, all of them respect the 50Mb limit, right? The sum of all of them cannot be more than 50Mb.
Yes, that's right, all sub-folder depend of the same quotaroot
> Q2) If I set a quota higher than 50Mb to any of those subfolders, say 60Mb for Trash, then can the user move messages to the Trash folder until they sum 55Mb (all messages on Trash sum 55Mb), *without* affecting the INBOX limit? I mean, the user will still be able to receive messages if Trash has 55Mb?
Yes It should be.
> thanks for you time
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