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Question: User bandwidth exceedeed, but do not suspend the account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jcn, Sep 24, 2003.

  1. jcn

    jcn Well-Known Member

    Sep 17, 2003
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    I have found several old posts on this subject, but none of them were actually addressed to completion, and none of them lately.

    I am moving my domains from Ensim which had a system wherein a domain that had exceeded its bandwidth would have an email notification sent but would not have any action taken on it. The domain would not be "suspended" in any way which would allow us to intervene first, or just ignore the bandwidth warning for the month.

    cPanel seems to have the following options:

    - email when the user has reached 80% of the allotted bandwidth
    - suspend when the user has reached the bandwidth limit

    I can turn off the auto-suspension, but then there is a check in the script that will prevent warning emails from getting sent out.

    Is there a way to get notifications but NOT have the domain suspended? Alternately, is the bandwidth data stored anywhere on the server where I can parse through it myself? Support Ticket Number:

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