no 'disabled'. i see suspended, expired, canceled, banned, closed. does
it matter which i pick?
advanced web systems
On 2/17/2015 2:42 PM, surgemail-support wrote:
> The nearest you can do is set the account type as 'disabled' and then
> manually delete the files, then delete the account.
> The admin interface would work, but it may be more efficient to delete
> it manually as the admin interface will usually try and move the files
> which you may want to avoid.
> one of my customers just informed me that one of their staff had
> recently departed and they anted to delete the account.
> as it turns out, the account has over 23000 emails in it's
> directory, which if over 1G in size.
> i'm concerned about going into the web admin interface an deleting
> the account the 'ordinary' way. is there any way to delete
> knowledge of the user from surgemail without deleting the 23000
> if there is, i can do that, then go in at my leisure and 'nicely'
> do an 'rm -fr *' in the account directory, then delete the
> directory path.
> or, should i just go ahead and do the delete through admin?
> david camm
> advanced web systems
> keller, tx
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