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Not getting Bandwidth exceeded email notifications

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by willke, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. willke

    willke Well-Known Member

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    I have my own server, no reseller accounts, all account created by Root.

    I get various server notices fine (to the email set-up in Contact Manager) but I'm not getting notifications when an client account's bandwidth is exceeded, even though I have 80%, 95% and "exceeded bandwidth" all ticked under Tweak Settings -> Notifications

    Is there something I'm missing ?
     
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    Make sure the following option is selected which is just above the bandwidth notification options.

     
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    willke Well-Known Member

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    Yes, that is ticked OK.

    I'm a bit confused when it says "Email users when they have ...." - is it possible that it is emailing the Account rather than Root?
     
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    It sends an email to the account owner.
     
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    willke Well-Known Member

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    What happens if there's no contact email address set-up for the account (as is the case with 95% of accounts on the server)?

    Is there anyway to set-up the same global email contact for all accounts?
     
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