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== What is Domain Limit Management (a.k.a. "Domain Settings")==
 
Domain Limit Management is one of the features of the Zimbra NG Admin module of Zimbra Next Generation Modules. It allows a Global Administrator to set domain level limits that cannot be overcome by any Administrator.
 
 
 
The only way to overcome a Domain Limit is to change the domain limit itself.
 
 
 
=== Domain Limits ===
 
* Global Account Limit
 
** The maximum number of accounts that can be created on this domain.
 
* [[ZZimbra_Next_Generation_Modules/Zimbra_Admin/Quota_Management#.22Grant_Limit.22_vs_.22Domain_Quota.22|Domain Quota]]
 
** The maximum mailbox quota that any Administrator can grant to a mailbox in the domain.
 
*COS Limits
 
** Define which Classes of Service can be used for users in the domain and the maximum number of users per Class of Service
 
 
 
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    <p class="text-justify">All limits are optional. You can choose to set all, some or none of them for any domain in your Zimbra infrastructure.
 
Disk space and Quota limits can be entered in Gigabytes (gb), Megabytes (mb) or Kilobytes (kb)</p>
 
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== Edit the limits of a Domain ==
 
=== From the Zimbra Next Generation Modules Administration Zimlet ===
 
All the domains in the Zimbra infrastructure are listed in the "Domain Settings" list inside the Zimbra NG Admin tab of the Zimbra Next Generation Modules Administration Zimlet.
 
 
 
To edit the limits of a Domain, select the domain from the "Domain Settings" list and press the "Edit" button.
 
=== From the Zimbra Next Generation Modules CLI ===
 
To edit the limits of a Domain through the Zimbra Next Generation Modules CLI, the "setDomainSettings" command is available:
 
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  zxsuite admin setDomainSettings {domain} [attr1 value1 [attr2 value2...]]
 
 
 
PARAMETER LIST
 
 
 
NAME                      TYPE      EXPECTED VALUES                  DEFAULT
 
domain(M)                  String                                       
 
account_limit(O)          Integer                                      don't change setting
 
domain_account_quota(O)    String                                        don't change setting
 
cos_limits(O)              String    cosname1:limit1,cosname2:limit2    don't change setting
 
 
 
(M) == mandatory parameter, (O) == optional parameter
 
 
 
Usage example:
 
zxsuite admin setDomainSettings example.com account_limit 100 domain_account_quota 100mb cos_limits cos1:30,cos2:80
 
 
 
Sets a global account limit on the domain example.com of 100 accounts, with a domain account quota of 100 megabytes,
 
and with cos account limits of 30 for cos1 and 80 for cos2.
 
 
 
Note: A cos limit of -1 removes the limit for the cos
 
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== Reset the limits of a Domain ==
 
=== From the Zimbra Next Generation Modules Administration Zimlet ===
 
All the domains in the Zimbra infrastructure are listed in the "Domain Settings" list inside the Zimbra NG Admin tab of the Zimbra Next Generation Modules Administration Zimlet.
 
 
 
To reset the limits of a Domain, select the domain from the "Domain Settings" list and press the "Reset" button, then click "Ok" in the confirmation pop-up that will appear.
 
 
 
=== From the Zimbra Next Generation Modules CLI ===
 
To reset the limits of a Domain through the Zimbra Next Generation Modules CLI, the "resetDomainSettings" command is available:
 
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  zxsuite admin resetDomainSettings {domain}
 
 
 
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NAME        TYPE     
 
domain(M)    String   
 
 
 
(M) == mandatory parameter, (O) == optional parameter
 
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