From: Scott Russell (no email)
Date: Mon Feb 13 2006 - 17:12:51 EST
Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> So, it would be passing:
> SETQUOTA "user.cotton" (STORAGE none)
> to the backend ... again, if none == an integer #, the quota gets set,
> so it looks like the syntax itself is right, but 'none' is wrong ...
> Is anyone doing this with PHP that has gotten around the above issue?
> Is there something obviously wrong with the way the SETQUOTA is being
I'm looking at the same issue but in doing so ran into another quota
problem, see my previous post about quotas in 2.3.1.
For what you're running into see
http://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=2657. After I figure out why cyradm
from 2.3.1 cannot remove quotas I plan to try and patch cmdSetQuota in
IMAPProtocol.php. Of course, if you patch it first please pass it along
or append it to the bug! :)
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