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Re: Blocking pornographic sites]
I have a third party webmail setup where all the users are created in an
ldap directory but have the same uid no. so all the users getting
authenticated from LDAP appear as a single user on the mail server. the LDAP
properties specify the homedirectory of the virtual user so the mails do
not mix but quotas are not enforcible
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nikhil Datta" <nikhild@xxxxxxx>
To: <linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 8:55 PM
Subject: [Re: [linux-delhi] Blocking pornographic sites]
> >so while they cannot check their mails, the mails keep coming and in
> of a system to enforce quotas, the HDD fills up continuously.
> Which brings us back to the question of why you can't enforce quotas
> (something related to LDAP), IIRC. IMHO, you can't have a decent setup
> quotas, even on a small network (where a wicked mail loop or user can put
> out of commission).
> Since I have used LDAP + quotas effectively for a long time, I advise you
> try and fix *that* problem first, and then decide whether to play big
> on your users as a quickfix.
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