Keith Edmunds a écrit :
> If your request is "urgent" (as the subject says) and you need help
> "ASAP" (as the text says), you should not be relying on the voluntary
> help offered by a mailing list.
I can only subscribe to what Keith said. A voluntary help mailing
list is not a H+4 hotline :-)
This said, I don't use webmin as I like editing text files,
- email warnings are triggered by warnquota
- warnquota takes its configuration in /etc/warnquota.conf
- warnquota is ran daily by default : /etc/cron.daily/quota
Here is my /etc/warnquota.conf (adapted):
MAIL_CMD = "/usr/sbin/sendmail -t"
FROM = "email@example.com"
SUBJECT = You have exceeded your quota
CC_TO = "firstname.lastname@example.org"
SUPPORT = "email@example.com"
PHONE = "01 69 63 60 05"
MESSAGE = "Blablabla||Blablabla||blablablabla||"
SIGNATURE = "Your signature"
Try dpkg-reconfigure -plow quota, it should ask you questions
about warnquota configuration.
BTW, if your use of quota is critical, test it before production
or with a test account by lowering quota to a very small level
and by running manually /etc/cron.daily/quota.
Emmanuel Halbwachs Labo. de Photonique et Nanostructures
tel : (+33)1 69 63 61 34 CNRS UPR 20
fax : (+33)1 69 63 60 06 Route de Nozay F 91460 Marcoussis
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