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    Default Change the mail Quota in OSS version ?

    Sorry, I've searched the forum but can't find anything related.
    How can I change the quota of an user ? I used Admin web console to change this, but it cannot be saved, then I used zmprov to change zimbraMailQuota from 0 to 100, then restart mailbox, but when I logged in Admin console and edited this user, the quota's still unlimited.

    I tried create new user with new quota, edited COS, create new COS, but still no luck.
    The log generated when I try to save COS or Account (modified Quota):
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    [http-7071-Processor48] [] ZimbraContext - requested session no longer exists: 4
    Pls advise.
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    We cache LDAP look ups so ether need to wait or restart tomcat between changes to LDAP attributes.
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    As I said before, I restarted Tomcat and then restart the Zimbra server, but it didn't change anything. I change the "zimbraMailQuota" of an account from 0 to 100. Is it enough? Or it requires more attributes to be set ?

    Thanks.

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    Are you making this change on the Admin UI? or with zmprov? At the COS level or the user level?
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    First, I changed it in the Admin GUI, but I cannot save (??) both for user side and COS side, then I used zmprov to set it (yes, both for user side and COS side), restarted tomcat. But when I logged in admin GUI to edit the user (or edit the COS), the quota's still unlimited.

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    What does zmprov ga <email> return?
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    Here it is, just some of the first lines that I think useful.

    Code:
    # name user1@example.com
    cn: user1
    displayName: User
    mail: user1@example.com
    objectClass: organizationalPerson
    objectClass: zimbraAccount
    objectClass: amavisAccount
    sn: user1
    uid: user1
    userPassword: {SSHA}w62HdBWjELzIDB3+you3wjF+9bXaRAqY
    zimbraAccountStatus: active
    zimbraAdminAuthTokenLifetime: 12h
    zimbraAttachmentsBlocked: FALSE
    zimbraAttachmentsIndexingEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraAttachmentsViewInHtmlOnly: FALSE
    zimbraAuthTokenLifetime: 2d
    zimbraContactMaxNumEntries: 0
    zimbraFeatureAdvancedSearchEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureCalendarEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureChangePasswordEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureContactsEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureConversationsEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureFiltersEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureGalEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureHtmlComposeEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureIMEnabled: FALSE
    zimbraFeatureInitialSearchPreferenceEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureSavedSearchesEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureTaggingEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraFeatureViewInHtmlEnabled: FALSE
    zimbraId: 7b1483fb-7658-42cc-86d9-0ee5054d0ff7
    zimbraImapEnabled: TRUE
    zimbraMailDeliveryAddress: user1@example.com
    zimbraMailHost: mail.example.com
    zimbraMailIdleSessionTimeout: 0
    zimbraMailMessageLifetime: 0
    zimbraMailMinPollingInterval: 2m
    zimbraMailQuota: 100
    zimbraMailSpamLifetime: 30d
    zimbraMailStatus: enabled
    zimbraMailTransport: lmtp:mail.example.com:7025
    zimbraMailTrashLifetime: 30d

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    Quota of 100 bytes? Are you really trying to set it that small? Try a bigger number like 10000
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    This's also a question I want to ask. As you said, the unit of zimbraMailQuota here is byte...
    Oh yes, the quota now is 100mb (104857600 bytes).
    What is the minimum number that Zimbra accepts as a quota size?

    Thanks.

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    It should take small quota's but you'd have to test to be sure. I'm don't think a quota less than 1meg makes much sense it today's email world.
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