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NAME
     calendarserver_purge_principals --	Calendar Server	deprovisioned user
     clean-up utility

SYNOPSIS
     calendarserver_purge_principals [--completely] [--config file]
				     [--dry-run] [--verbose] [--help] guid
				     [guid ...]

DESCRIPTION
     calendarserver_purge_principals is	a tool for removing one	or more	prin-
     cipals' future events, proxy assignments, and contacts from the calendar
     server.  By default, events in the	past are retained, but any ongoing
     events are	canceled.

     calendarserver_purge_principals should be run as a	user with the same
     privileges	as the Calendar	Server itself, as it needs to read and write
     data that belongs to the server.

OPTIONS
     -h, --help
	   Display usage information

     -c, --completely
	   Delete/cancel all events

     -f, --config FILE
	   Use the Calendar Server configuration specified in the given	file.
	   Defaults to /etc/caldavd/caldavd.plist.

     -n, --dry-run
	   Calculate and display how many events and contacts would be re-
	   moved, but don't actually remove them.

     -v, --verbose
	   Print progress information.

FILES
     /etc/caldavd/caldavd.plist
	   The Calendar	Server configuration file.

SEE ALSO
     caldavd(8)

BSD				 June 17, 2009				   BSD

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