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aoxdeliver(8)		 Archiveopteryx	Documentation		 aoxdeliver(8)

NAME
       aoxdeliver - deliver mail into Archiveopteryx.

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/bin/aoxdeliver  [-f  sender]	[-t  mailbox] [-v] destination
       [filename]

DESCRIPTION
       The aoxdeliver program injects a	single mail message in RFC-822	format
       into  Archiveopteryx.  It connects to Archiveopteryx's backend database
       and injects the message into the	correct	mailbox.

       aoxdeliver  is  meant  as  a  compatibility  shim  for  use  with  e.g.
       formail(1)  and with MTAs that want to deliver to a program.  Note that
       you will	generally get better performance by using LMTP.

       aoxdeliver bypasses Sieve and always  stores  mail  directly  into  the
       target mailbox.

OPTIONS
       -f sender
	      specifies	 the  fully  qualified	address	of the message sender.
	      This is the same as the SMTP envelope sender.

	      Starting with version 2.01, the -f argument is  ignored.	It  is
	      still accepted to	keep old scripts working.

       -t mailbox
	      directs  aoxdeliver to store the message into the	named mailbox.
	      The "p" right on the mailbox must	be granted to  "anyone".  ("p"
	      controls	who  is	permitted to send mail to the mailbox, see RFC
	      4314 for more details.)

       -v     requests more verbosity during delivery. May be specified	twice.

EXAMPLES
       To  deliver  an	entire	berkeley  mbox	into   the   inbox   of	  user
       nirmala@example.com:

	      formail -s aoxdeliver nirmala@example.com	< mbox

       To  deliver  each message in the	MH folder +blah	into the inbox of user
       raj@example.net:

	      folder +blah
	      seq all |	xargs -n1 aoxdeliver raj@example.net

       To deliver each message in the MH folder	+ramble	into folder stumble of
       user raj@example.net:

	      folder +blah
	      seq all |	xargs -n1 aoxdeliver -t	stumble	raj@example.net

       If raj has not granted "anyone" the "p" right ("p"ost mail to mailbox),
       this example fails.

DIAGNOSTICS
       The normal  exit	 status	 of  aoxdeliver	 is  0.	 In  case  of  errors,
       aoxdeliver  returns an error code from sysexits.h, such as EX_TEMPFAIL,
       EX_NOUSER, etc.

BUGS
       Delivering multiple messages would also be good,	for those big  mailbox
       migrations. In that case, aoxdeliver should report which	messages could
       be delivered and	which could not.

       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),	      logd(8),
       http://archiveopteryx.org

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

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