OK, occassionally I will experience a machine perishing in flames largely due to a cppop onslaught of gigantic processes..... Most often connected to a dial-up (or similar bandwidth) user trying to download a 20+ meg inbox file. We have policies that state you can not go over a certain megabyte limit PER individual pop3 accounts, to defend against this type of catastrophic process being spawned... but obviously 90% of the world has no idea how to keep their inboxes in line, nor do they care. Is there a way to tweak cppop when it runs as a daemon to *NEVER* serve up inboxes that exceed a certain limit? I'm not saying make this SO for everybody in the galaxy, but if an option for &Maximum Allowed Pop3 Spools& could be added, that would potentially save a lot of sporadic downtime, IMHO... Is this possible / worth a feature request / or is there a better way to control this? Thanks for any opinions/advice, if they exist.