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    Plesk 7 & Bandwidth Limit?

    What happens if a client reaches their traffic limit when using Plesk 7.0?

    Thanks

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    The gree icon turns yellow with a "!". So when you login, you can see at a glance who is over. I also have to say I love the way Plesk just lists all the clients like that and you click on a client and it lists all the domains in the account (plus all the "Global" options). Cpanel badly needs something like that.
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    Originally posted by NexDog
    The gree icon turns yellow with a "!". So when you login, you can see at a glance who is over. I also have to say I love the way Plesk just lists all the clients like that and you click on a client and it lists all the domains in the account (plus all the "Global" options). Cpanel badly needs something like that.
    I tested it last night. You're right, that is a nice feature.

    Thanks for your response.

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    you can also get an email telling you about it.
    <erno> hm. I've lost a machine.. literally _lost_. it responds to ping, it works completely, I just can't figure out where in my apartment it is.

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