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cPanel 11 - "about to exceed their bandwidth limit" emails sent every 15 minutes...

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by dexus, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. dexus

    dexus Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    cPanel 11 is sending mails about bandwith usage every 15 minutes. That is just terrible, that means that every user should receive about 96 emails every day if their bandwith is near limit. That is just spamming... :) Even bigger problem is that admin (if configured in System Mail Preferences) will receive for every user 96 emails every day, so that can be a thousands of emails every day... :eek:

    Can this be configured somehow to send only one email at 80% and one more at 90%... etc. Is this some bug or what...?
     
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    This mail sending interval suddenly changed today to 46 minutes... :) Is there any logic here...?
     
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    This changed again tonight to 18 minutes... Can someone please help with this?
     
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    You can modify these calues in WHM.

    I think it was in Tweak server settings
     
  5. aisagtr

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    Thats because you config it to send emails on 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, etc etc etc

    DISABLE it under Tweak Settings.
     
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