Topic: Why can domain admins change domain throttling settings?
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- iRedMail version: 0.8.6
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I want to give a customer the possibility of creating their own email accounts on their domain so I made one of the users domain admin. By default I limit every domain to send only 100 emails/day to prevent a hacked pc from sending thousands of emails in an hour (which I experienced in the past before iRedAdmin, almost the reason I chose to install the new server).
I now tried logging in as that domain admin user and he/she is able to change those throttling settings, which I think is not logic. Throttling is something I want to enforce on my customers... if they can change it, the system is wide open again for crashing on spam.
I don't mind if they set per user throttling as they would have to stay within the total limit I set up anyway (I assume that's the way it works).
EDIT: I just noticed that the domain throttling is per user and not per domain... where can I enforce limits per domain?
EDIT2: I just checked ClueBringer and it seems like it's perfectly possible to have per domain throttling instead of per-every-user-in-a-domain throttling... is this configurations accessible from within iRedAdmin-Pro?
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