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:: USERQUOTA ::
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(only sysop, init.bcm)
Syntax: USERQ(UOTA) [<kBytes>]
(default: 0)

This parameter defines the max. amount of output data per day and user.
If this amount is reached, no further reading or sending is allowed until
next day. Only personal mails are allowed.
USERQUOTA 0 disables this function, which is the default setting and
is the best setting for most cases.

If you set "maxlogins" to another value than 1, the quota function is not
running correctly. So sysops who want to use this feature, have to set
"maxlogins 1".

User can examine with command QUOTA who much data he has transmitted this
day and who much data may left.

See also HELP MAXLOGINS and HELP QUIT

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