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    Release 5.0.9_GA_2533.UBUNTU8 UBUNTU8 FOSS edition

    I am <= a newbie, so bear with me. I'd like to adjust the Account display in the admin GUI to include a column showing the HDD space taken up by each account. Is this possible? If so, is it somewhere in the documentation? I'll admit that I haven't read it all yet, so I'll accept a flame reply to RTFM.

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    There's no way to do that without hacking the source code, I'm afraid. You could always raise an RFE in bugzilla - you'll need to create an account to login and don't forget to search to see if one already exists.
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    In the admin console, in Server Statistics you have the option to view the mailbox quotas and the space that each account have used in the HD.

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    Thanks to the above posters. I understand the danger in changing source code in that my changes will not persist through an update/upgrade, as well as the daunting task of actually changing source code for a non-programmer. I also realize that I can see this info if I edit a particular account. Is there an easy report I can run/view that'll list quota usage for all accounts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwinstead View Post
    I also realize that I can see this info if I edit a particular account. Is there an easy report I can run/view that'll list quota usage for all accounts?
    You have to go to 'Server Statistics' in the admin console. Choose your server and in the right pane you have various tabs...

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