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Topic: Illogical color coding on "All domains under your control"?

======== Required information ====
- iRedMail version: 0.8.5 / 2.0.0
- Store mail accounts in which backend (LDAP/MySQL/PGSQL): LDAP
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When looking as global admin to list of all domains, I see for example:

100% (252 MB / 500 MB / 500 MB)
[ ---- red bar ----]

Meaning I have "allocated" 500 MB of 500 MB quota to users (=100%, which are using 252 MB (=50.4%) of the quota. 100% is highlighted by the red bar.

Correct me if I am wrong, but for me is the most useful information not present - the actual usage - 50.4%.

My suggestion:

Add a column domain quota (link to setting domain quota) between Quota and Users. Here display information with same logic as "Users":

100% (500 MB / 500 MB)
[ ---- red bar ----]

Meaning the quota has been all assigned.

Then rename the Quota column to Quota usage with information:

50.4% (252 MB / 500 MB)
[ ---- bar ----]


It's not perfect - uses more horizontal space and there is still no information if one of users has used up whole quota (this can maybe be solved with an icon?) but I think it's more logical.

What do You think?

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Re: Illogical color coding on "All domains under your control"?

rk wrote:

Correct me if I am wrong, but for me is the most useful information not present - the actual usage - 50.4%.

It shows mail quota allocation, not real-time mailbox usage.

Sometimes real-time usage is not that accurate, because it gets numbers from SQL table 'iredadmin.used_quota' (it's 'vmail.used_quota' within SQL backends), if some records of real-time quota usage are not updated or removed, it will show "wrong" quota usage. Here "wrong" means it's just number in the SQL record, not the actual quota usage on file system.

No plan to change this, sorry.

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Re: Illogical color coding on "All domains under your control"?

ok. It's not a big deal.