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I have a mail server which relays mail to the network. i have implemented a disk quota on each user which is:- 1 user can send mails upto a limit of 200 Mb,but this is creating a problem as some users are sending less mails and some of the users are sending more mails. So Now i want a user qouta to limit the number of emails sent by a single user to say=10000 emails per year.

I have postfix as an MTA and centOs 5 as my mail server configuration. can anybody help me in this issue.

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Not sure if this will answer your question, but you might consider policyd. It does support postfix.

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ok i will see this and update you. – achal Apr 21 '12 at 11:08
Thanks that was helpfull. – achal Apr 21 '12 at 11:53

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