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    Default Pop Request Limit?

    How can I tell if I have reached the pop request limit for my reseller hosting?
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    There is not any limit set on the number of times users are allowed to check their mail using pop3 per hour.
    Last edited by Matt; 10-18-2007 at 07:14 PM.

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    oh-h-h, that must have been the other host I tried for 24 hours before I signed up with Glowhost!

    Question - Any reason why a php form processor (that otherwise works on our servers) wouldn't process on certain servers (not ours)?
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    Actually we have applied new limitations on all shared servers recently and the max number of times users are allowed to check their mail using pop3 per hour is set to 70.

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    For some reason, I was thinking it was 500 pop3 requests per hour on reseller accounts. So I have a limit of 70 requests for all the accounts I host?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlhanson View Post
    oh-h-h, that must have been the other host I tried for 24 hours before I signed up with Glowhost!

    Question - Any reason why a php form processor (that otherwise works on our servers) wouldn't process on certain servers (not ours)?
    Unfortunately we can't tell you why php form processor wouldn't process on certain servers until we look into this form and test it from our end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlhanson View Post
    For some reason, I was thinking it was 500 pop3 requests per hour on reseller accounts. So I have a limit of 70 requests for all the accounts I host?
    It's a restriction set for every account on the server. So each of your cPanel accounts is able to connect to the POP mail server 70 times per hour.

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    You are confusing the maximum number of emails an account can send, which is 500 per hour. The number of times a mail program can POP the server is 70 in one hour.
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