How can I set limits on a domain in the Plesk control panel?

For each domain the administrator can limit the domain-specific resource usage and the domain validity period.

To edit the domain-level limits:

1.      Click the LIMITS button on the Domain administration page. The Domain limits page will appear containing the list of resource limit types. At this page you can:

  • Limit the disk space
  • Limit the maximum number of mailboxes
  • Limit maximum mailbox quota
  • Limit maximum number of redirects
  • Limit maximum number of mail groups
  • Limit maximum number of autoresponders
  • Limit maximum number of web users
  • Limit maximum number of databases
  • Limit maximum number of mailing lists
  • Limit maximum number of tomcat web applications
  • Limit the domain validity period.

2.      To set a limit value for a specific resource, select the corresponding radio-button and enter the value into the Enter number ... input box, or leave the Unlimited radio-button selected to keep the unlimited setting.

3.      At this page you can also set the validity period for the given domain. To do that, enter the desired date of the domain expiration into the Enter date input field.

4.      When you are done with editing, click UPDATE. Clicking UP LEVEL will discard all changes you made and return you to the Domain administration page.

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