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aox(8)			 Archiveopteryx	Documentation			aox(8)

NAME
       aox - management	tool for Archiveopteryx.

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/bin/aox verb noun [ options ]	[ arguments ]

       aox help	commands

       aox help	command

DESCRIPTION
       aox  is a command-line program to perform various system	administration
       tasks for Archiveopteryx.

       Examples	of such	tasks are adding users,	changing  the  access  control
       for mailboxes, etc. In principle, everything one	would want to do using
       a shell script should be	doable using aox.

COMMANDS
       aox start [-v]
	      Starts the Archiveopteryx	servers	in the correct order.

       aox stop	[-v]
	      Stops the	running	Archiveopteryx servers in the correct order.

       aox restart [-v]
	      Restarts the servers in the correct order	(currently  equivalent
	      to start && stop).

       aox show	status [-v]
	      Displays a summary of the	running	Archiveopteryx servers.

       aox show	configuration [-p -v] [variable-name]
	      Displays variables configured in archiveopteryx.conf.

	      If   a   variable-name  is  specified,  only  that  variable  is
	      displayed.

	      The -v flag displays only	the value of the variable.

	      The -p flag restricts the	results	to variables whose  value  has
	      been changed from	the default.

	      configuration may	be abbreviated as cf.

       aox show	build
	      Displays	the  build  settings  used  for	 this installation (as
	      configured in Jamsettings).

       aox show	counts [-f]
	      Displays the number of rows in the  most	important  tables,  as
	      well as the total	size of	the mail stored.

	      The  -f  flag causes it to collect slow-but-accurate statistics.
	      Without it, by default, you get quick estimates  (more  accurate
	      after VACUUM ANALYSE).

       aox show	queue
	      Displays a list of all mail queued for delivery to a smarthost.

       aox show	schema
	      Displays the revision of the existing database schema.

       aox upgrade schema [-n]
	      Checks  that  the	 database  schema  is one that this version of
	      Archiveopteryx is	compatible with, and updates it	if needed.

	      The -n flag causes aox to	perform	the  SQL  statements  for  the
	      schema  upgrade and report on their status without COMMITing the
	      transaction (i.e.	see what the upgrade would do,	without	 doing
	      anything).

       aox update database
	      Performs any updates to the database contents which are too slow
	      for inclusion in aox upgrade schema.  This command is  meant  to
	      be  used	while the server is running. It	does its work in small
	      chunks, so it can	be restarted at	any time, and is  tolerant  of
	      interruptions.

       aox tune	database <mostly-writing|mostly-reading|advanced-reading>
	      Adjusts  the database indices and	configuration to suit expected
	      usage patterns.

       aox list	mailboxes [-d] [-o username] [pattern]
	      Displays a list of mailboxes matching the	specified  shell  glob
	      pattern.	Without	a pattern, all mailboxes are listed.

	      The -d flag includes deleted mailboxes in	the list.

	      The  "-o username" flag restricts	the list to mailboxes owned by
	      the specified user.

	      The -s flag shows	a count	of messages and	the total size of  the
	      messages in each mailbox.

	      ls is an acceptable abbreviation for list.

       aox list	users [pattern]
	      Displays	a  list	 of  users  matching  the specified shell glob
	      pattern.	Without	a pattern, all users are listed.

       aox list	aliases	[pattern]
	      Displays a list of aliases  where	 either	 the  address  or  the
	      target mailbox matches the specified shell glob pattern. Without
	      a	pattern, all aliases are listed.

       aox list	rights <mailbox> [username]
	      Displays a list of users and the rights they have	 been  granted
	      to  the  specified  mailbox.  If	a username is given, only that
	      user's rights are	displayed.

       aox add user <username> <password> <email-address>

       aox add user -p <username> <email-address>
	      Creates a	new Archiveopteryx user	with the  specified  username,
	      password,	 and  email  address. If the -p	flag is	specified, the
	      password is read interactively, instead  of  from	 the  command-
	      line.

	      create and new are acceptable abbreviations for add.

       aox delete user [-f] <username>
	      Deletes  the  specified Archiveopteryx user. If -f is specified,
	      any mailboxes owned by the user are also deleted.

	      del and remove are acceptable abbreviations for delete.

       aox change password <username> <new-password>

       aox change password -p <username>
	      Changes the  specified  user's  password.	 If  the  -p  flag  is
	      specified,  the  password	is read	interactively, instead of from
	      the command-line.

       aox change username <username> <new-username>
	      Renames the specified user.

       aox change address <username> <new-address>
	      Changes the specified user's email address.

       aox add mailbox <name> [username]
	      Creates a	new mailbox with the specified name and, if a username
	      is specified, owned by that user.

	      The  mailbox name	must be	fully-qualified	(begin with /),	unless
	      a	username is specified, in which	 case  unqualified  names  are
	      assumed to be under the user's home directory.

       aox delete mailbox [-f] <name>
	      Deletes the specified mailbox.

	      If -f is specified, the mailbox and any messages it contains are
	      permanently  deleted.  Otherwise,	 only  empty   mailboxes   are
	      deleted.

       aox add alias <address> <mailbox>
	      Creates an alias that instructs the server to accept mail	to the
	      given address and	deliver	it to the specified mailbox.

       aox delete alias	<address>
	      Deletes an alias,	if one exists, for the given address.

       aox setacl [-d] <mailbox> <identifier> <rights>
	      Assigns the specified rights to  the  given  identifier  on  the
	      mailbox.	If  the	rights begin with + or -, the specified	rights
	      are added	to or subtracted from the existing rights;  otherwise,
	      the rights are set to exactly those given.

	      With -d, the identifier's	rights are deleted altogether.

	      A	 summary  of  the changes made is displayed when the operation
	      completes.

       aox undelete <mailbox> <search>
	      Searches for deleted  messages  in  the  specified  mailbox  and
	      restores those that match	the search.

       Messages	 can  be restored after	an IMAP	EXPUNGE	or POP3	DELE until aox
       vacuum permanently removes them after the configured undelete-time.

       Example:	aox undelete /users/fred/inbox from example.com

       aox vacuum
	      Permanently deletes messages that	were marked for	deletion  more
	      than  undelete-time days ago, and	removes	any bodyparts that are
	      no longer	used.

	      This is not a replacement	for  running  VACUUM  ANALYSE  on  the
	      database (either with vacuumdb or	via autovacuum).

	      This command should be run (we suggest daily) via	crontab.

       aox anonymise <file>
	      Reads  a	mail message from the named file, obscures most	or all
	      content and prints the result on stdout.	The  output  resembles
	      the original closely enough to be	used in	a bug report.

       aox reparse
	      Looks  for  messages  that "arrived but could not	be stored" and
	      tries to parse them using	workarounds that have been added  more
	      recently.	 If  it	 succeeds, the new message is injected and the
	      old one deleted.

       aox grant privileges <username>
	      makes sure that the named	user has all  the  permissions	needed
	      for the db-user (i.e., and unprivileged user), and no more.

       aox check config
	      reads  the  configuration	files and reports any problems that it
	      finds.

OPTIONS
       The -v flag enables (slightly) more verbose diagnostic output  wherever
       it is supported (see the	descriptions of	each command above).

EXAMPLES
       To  add	a  user	 called	 "nirmala", whose password is "angstskrik" and
       whose main email	address	is "nirmala@example.com":

	      aox add user nirmala angstskrik nirmala@example.com

       To change Nirmala's password to "temmelig hemmelig":

	      aox change password nirmala 'temmelig hemmelig'

       To remove that user:

	      aox remove user nirmala

DIAGNOSTICS
       The return code of aox is zero if all goes well,	and a non-zero in case
       of errors.

       Diagnostics  are	 logged	 using Archiveopteryx's	logd(8), just like the
       servers do. Disasters are also logged via stderr.

BUGS
       There is	no command-line	option to set the configuration	file.

AUTHOR
       The Archiveopteryx Developers, info@aox.org.

VERSION
       This man	page covers Archiveopteryx version 3.2.0, released 2014-03-10,
       http://archiveopteryx.org/3.2.0

SEE ALSO
       archiveopteryx(8), archiveopteryx.conf(5), http://archiveopteryx.org

aox.org				  2014-03-10				aox(8)

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