AccessDenyMsg [ "message"]
Dependent on login type
server config, <VirtualHost>, <Anonymous>, <Global>
1.2.2 and later
Normally, a 530 response message is sent to an FTP client immediately after a failed authentication attempt, with a standard message indicating the the reason of failure. In the case of a wrong password, the reason is usually "Login incorrect." It is this message can be customized with the AccessDenyMsg directive. In the message argument, the magic cookie '%u' is replaced with the username specified by the client during login.