When we create a mail box for a user. How to allocate user mail storage size like a particular mail user can store upto 500mb and another user can store upto 1gb ?
Is there any configuration to allocate mail storage size per user basics?
Also, please clarify how to show available and used storage size on that particular user in roundcube.
The Mail-in-a-Box project does not support quotas.
However, there is at least one fork of the project that may suit your needs you might look at:
I have came across Mail-in-a-Box for a while since I have got ahold of two domain names (I don’t want to stick to my @gmail.com forever, plus it’s very awkward to spell davness to a bank clerk or anything similar).
But as a developer, I don’t want to just host mail. Sure, other solutions exist, but MIAB is by far the easiest to get going.
Of course, though, as someone who wants the most power per buck (or we can say, the most bang per VM as per the
Clown Computing Initiative), I want to host a…
There are also other projects such as iRedMail, mailcow, and Modoboa.
We should also remember
@jrsupplee has a fork that is an exact replica of the original Mail-in-a-Box, except for adding quota’s.
This branch is 144 commits ahead, 12 commits behind mail-in-a-box:main.
I wasn’t sure if this is being maintained, so I didn’t list it.
He hasn’t updated to v0.53 yet. Afterall, it was only released a day ago.
.53 added 10 commits.
BTW, I think a better way for me to work my statement above is that I didn’t know if that repo was being maintained for others to use, or just for the person who owns the repo.
I have used it with 3 servers for two years.
John of necessity has to lag behind.
I also use John’s branch, seems to lag behind a bit but John eventually gets it up-to-date. Honestly, John’s quota solution is awesome. Was hoping that he would work on the Pull Request to add this functionality to MIAB mainline. I use this “fork” on several mail servers for different people.
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