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       z-push-admin — device and user administration for Z-push


       z-push-admin -a list [-u USER | -d DEVICE]

       z-push-admin -a lastsync

       z-push-admin -a wipe -u USER | -d DEVICE|-u USER -d DEVICE

       z-push-admin -a remove -u USER | -d DEVICE | -u USER -d DEVICE

       z-push-admin -a resync -t TYPE | -t TYPE -u USER | -t TYPE -u USER -d DEVICE

       z-push-admin -a resync -t FOLDERID -u USER

       z-push-admin -a resync -t hierarchy -u USER -d DEVICE

       z-push-admin -a clearloop [-d DEVICE | -d DEVICE -u USER]

       z-push-admin -a fixstates


       z-push-admin  can  be used to manage the users and devices that sync their email, contacts
       and calendar items with Z-push.


       The list action lists synchronized devices. When no extra options are given,  the  command
       returns  a listing of all synchronized devices. If the selection is narrowed by specifying
       a username (-u USER) or a device id (-d  DEVICE)  or  both,  the  command  lists  extended
       information about the selected device(s).

       The  lastsync  action  lists all devices and synchronized users and the time that the last
       synchronization took place.

       The wipe action sends the wipe command to the selected device. The device decides  how  to
       handle  this  command: some devices only remove the account from the device, other devices
       do a factory reset, or even empty the complete storage. Use with caution.

       The remove action removes state data. When a username is specified (-u  USER),  the  state
       data  of  all devices of that user is removed.  When a device id is specified (-d DEVICE),
       the state data of all users for that device is removed. When both are specified, the state
       data is removed for a specific user on a specific device.

       The  resync  action triggers a resynchronization of specific data. With the options, it is
       possible to select which data exactly is synchronized.  When  a  username  (-u  USER)  and
       device  id  (-d  DEVICE)  are  specified,  all  data  of  this  user  on  this  device  is
       resynchronized. By specifying a folder type (-t TYPE),  only  folders  of  this  type  are
       synchronized. Valid types are email, calendar, contact, task, note and gab.

       The  -t  option  can  also be used to specify a folder id to resynchronize only a specific
       folder, or hierarchy to resynchronize the folder list.

       The clearloop action clears the loop detection data, either for all users and devices,  or
       (with  -d DEVICE and -u USER) for a specific user on a specific device.  Loop detection is
       Z-push's automatic mechanism for avoiding problems where a device requests the  same  item
       over and over again. With the clearloop action this mechanism is reset.

       The  fixstates  action  checks  the  state  of  all  users and devices and fixes potential