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NAME

       arbitron - Cyrus IMAP documentation

       Report readership statistics for mailboxes on the server.

SYNOPSIS

       arbitron [ -C config-file ] [ -o ] [ -u ] [ -l ] [ -p months ]
                [ -d days | -D mmddyyyy[:mmddyyyy] ] mailbox...

DESCRIPTION

       arbitron  collects  and reports readership statistics for mailboxes on the server. It also
       optionally prunes the mailboxes of \Seen state for dormant users.

       arbitron produces one line of output per mailbox, reporting the mailbox name followed by a
       space,  followed by the number of readers (and if -u is specified, followed by a colon and
       a comma-separated list of the reader's user IDs), and if  -o  is  not  specified,  another
       space  and  the  number  of subscribers (and if -u is specified, followed by a colon and a
       comma-separated list of the subscribers userids).

       IMPORTANT:
          This format is subject to change in future versions.

       Each   "reader"    is    a    distinct    authorization    identity    which    has    the
       imap-admin-access-control-right-s  right to the mailbox and which has SELECTed the mailbox
       within either the past -d days or the specified -D date[:range].

       Users are not counted as reading their own personal mail‐boxes. Personal mailboxes are not
       reported unless there is at least one reader other than the mailboxes owner.

       arbitron  reads  its  configuration options out of the imapd.conf(5) file unless specified
       otherwise by -C.

OPTIONS

       -C config-file
              Use  the  specified  configuration  file  config-file  rather  than   the   default
              imapd.conf(5).

       -o     Report "the old way" -- not including subscribers.

       -l     Enable long reporting (comma delimited table consisting of mbox, userid, r/s, start
              time, end time).

       -d days
              Count as a reader an authorization identity which has used the mailbox  within  the
              past days days.

       -D mmddyyyy[:mmddyyyy]
              Count  as  a reader an authorization identity which has used the mailbox within the
              given date range.

              The start date and optionally the end date are specified as 2-digit  month  of  the
              year, 2-digit day of the month, and 4-digit year.

              If  the  end date is not specified, the current system time will be used as the end
              time.

              NOTE:
                 Please note that the date notation is American [mmddyyyy] not [ddmmyyyy].

       -p months
              Prune \Seen state for users who have not used the mailbox within  the  past  months
              months. The default is infinity.

EXAMPLES

       arbitron -l
          Long-format list.

       arbitron -o
          Old format (no subscribers) short list.

       arbitron
          Normal short list.

       arbitron -d 14
          Normal short list format for the past 14 days.

       arbitron -D 04012015:04152015
          Normal short list Within date range of 12 - 15 April, 2015.

FILES

       /etc/imapd.conf

SEE ALSO

       imapd.conf(5)

AUTHOR

       The Cyrus Team, Nic Bernstein (Onlight), Jeroen van Meeuwen (Kolab Systems)

COPYRIGHT

       1993-2017, The Cyrus Team