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 To modify your notification templates, read our Notification Templates documentation.

System disk space usage warnings

This setting allows you to enable disk space usage warnings.

This setting defaults to On.

After you enable disk space usage warnings, the following additional settings become available:

Account system disk usage “warn” percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a system's disk usage enters the warn state, or to disable this notification.

This setting defaults to 82.55%.

Account system disk usage “critical” percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a system's disk usage enters the critical state, or to disable this notification.

This setting defaults to 92.55%.

Disk quota usage warnings

This setting allows you to enable disk quota usage warnings. The system sends these warnings to cPanel users who approach their disk space quota.

This setting defaults to On.

After you enable disk space usage warnings, the disk quota usage settings become available.

Out of memory warnings

This setting allows you to enable out of memory warnings. The system sends these warnings to cPanel users whose accounts no longer possess memory space.

This setting defaults to On.

Account disk quota "warn" percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s disk quota usage enters the warn state, or to disable this notification.

This setting defaults to 80%.

Notify admin or reseller when disk quota reaches "warn" state

This setting allows you to specify whether the server sends a notification to the owner of the cPanel account when it reaches the warn state.

This setting defaults to Off.

Account disk quota "critical" percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s disk quota usage enters the critical state, or to disable this notification.

This setting defaults to 90%.

Notify admin or reseller when disk quota reaches "critical" state

This setting allows you to specify whether the server sends a notification to the owner of the cPanel account when it reaches the critical state.

This setting defaults to On.

Account disk quota "full" percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s disk quota usage enters the full state, or to disable this notification.

This setting defaults to 98%.

Notify admin or reseller when disk quota reaches "full" state

This setting allows you to specify whether the server sends a notification to the owner of the cPanel account when it reaches the full state.

This setting defaults to On.

Enable mailbox usage warnings

This setting allows you to enable mailbox usage warnings. The system sends these warnings to cPanel users whose mailboxes are almost full.

This setting defaults to Off.

After you enable mailbox usage warnings, the following additional settings become available:

Mailbox disk quota “warn” percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s mailbox enters the warn state.

This setting defaults to 80%.

The system sends this notification to the email account.

Mailbox disk quota “critical” percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s mailbox enters the critical state.

This setting defaults to 90%.

The system sends this notification to the email account.

Mailbox disk quota “full” percentage

This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a user’s mailbox enters the full state.

This setting defaults to 98%.

The system sends this notification to cPanel default email account.

Bandwidth limit check

This setting allows you to select whether to automatically suspend HTTP service for accounts that exceed their bandwidth limit. If you disable this option, the system will cease all bandwidth notifications and handle all accounts as though they possess unlimited bandwidth.

This setting defaults to On.

Send notifications when certificates are approaching expiry.

This setting allows you to specify whether the server sends a notification when an SSL certificate approaches expiry.

This setting defaults to On.

Send bandwidth limit notification emails

This setting allows you to specify whether the server sends notification emails to accounts that approach their bandwidth limits.

This setting defaults to On.

After you enable this option, the following additional settings become available:

Bandwidth usage warning: 70%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 70% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 75%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 75% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 80%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 80% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to On.

Bandwidth usage warning: 85%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 85% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 90%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 90% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 95%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 95% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 97%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 97% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 98%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 98% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

Bandwidth usage warning: 99%

This setting allows you to specify whether to send an email notification to users who have used 99% of their bandwidth.

This setting defaults to Off.

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