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Plesk limit e-mails?

     
8:39 am on Oct 25, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi!

Does Plesk have some type of way of sending a user an e-mail when they have exceeded their bandwidth and/or hdd space limits?

eg.
I have set up a user named "Joe" with 10mb HDD and 100mb bandwidth. Joe uploaded 12mb of data.

At the moment, Plesk does nothing but show an icon saying this person has exceeded their allocated space. I would like it to send both myself and Joe an e-mail saying he has exceeded.

Additionally, Plesk doesn't stop the person from uploading more. Is it possible to make it so Joe cannot upload more? I figure this would be possible, but I just can't find the option.

I'm using a GoDaddy VPS on Fedora. I do have root access, via the 'su' command, should that be required.

I would appreciate any and all help in this matter.

Thanks!
Jason

8:41 am on Oct 25, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Just to clarify, I want to receive e-mails when either the bandwidth or hdd space limits are exceeded, not just the hdd.

Thanks!

 

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