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       kopano-storeadm — store management utility


       kopano-storeadm  {-A  guid|-C|-D|-M|-O|-P|-R  guid|-V} [-c file] [-h uri] [-k company] [-n
       name] [-p] [-t {user|archive|group|company}]


       This tool is used to manage message stores on the Kopano server. Specifically,  it  allows
       one  to create, delete, attach, detach such stores. The storage server must be running for
       kopano-storeadm to work.


       -A guid
              Does one of two things. With -n, an orphaned store  is  attached  (hooked)  to  the
              account  specified  with  -n. If the target user already has a store attached, that
              one will be detached first.  Alternatively, when -p is used, an orphaned  store  is
              copied. See the -p option for details.

       -C     Create  a  new  store  and  attach  it to the user account specified with -n.  That
              account must not have an associated store yet.

       -D     Detach (unhook) the store from the user account specified with -n.

       -M     Lists all mailboxes (stores) the server knows about.

       -O     Shows a list of stores that are not hooked to any user.  The  GUIDs  shown  in  the
              output can be passed to -A or -R.

       -P     Create a public store. Only one public store can be created.

       -R guid
              Remove  an orphaned store. It actually only marks it as deleted in the database and
              the softdelete mechanism will remove it later on.

       -V     Display the program version.

       -c config-file
              Location of a config file to read.

       Default: /etc/kopano/admin.cfg

       -h host
              URI for a specific server to connect to and execute the action on.

       Default: default:

       -k company-name
              This sets the company name for the -P action. This option  is  only  available  for
              multi-tenancy Kopano.

       -l locale
              When  creating  a new store with -C or -P, the standard folders like Inbox, Drafts,
              Sent Items, etc. will be translated into the chosen  language.  A  locale  name  is
              typically  of  the form language[_territory], where language is an ISO-639 language
              code, and territory is an ISO-3166 country code, but inherently these  are  system-
              specific. On Linux systems, see locale(1) for details.

       -n entity-name
              For  -C  and  -D,  specifies the user to work on.  For -A, specifies the user name,
              group name or company name to operate on. The store type may need to  be  specified
              with -t if the implicit default "user" is not appropriate.

       -p     For  use  with  -A. Rather than attaching an orphaned store to a user account, copy
              the orphaned store's contents are copied into "Public  Store\Admin\Deleted  User  -
              username". The orphaned store is left unmodified.

       -t {user|archive|group|company}
              The  store  type  for  the  entity  specified with -n. If not specified, -t user is
              implicitly assumed. (This option only has an effect when used with -A or -D.)


       ·   Create new store for user: kopano-storeadm -Cn user1

       ·   Create new store with German names: kopano-storeadm -Cn user1 -l de_DE

       ·   Attach orphaned store to user: kopano-storeadm -A 24680B -n user2

       ·   Copy orphaned store to public: kopano-storeadm -A 24680B -p

       ·   Detach store from user: kopano-storeadm -Dn user2

       ·   Remove store: kopano-storeadm -R 24680B

       ·   Create pubilc store: kopano-storeadm -P

Configuration file

       Normally, no configuration file is used or required.  If  the  file  /etc/kopano/admin.cfg
       exists, it is used. The following options can be set in the configuration file:

       New  folders  being  created  as  part of the initial store creation (see -C) will use the
       language of the locale. A suitable locale string is in the form of an ISO 639 code for the
       language,  followed  by  an  underscore, followed by an ISO 3166 code for the region, e.g.
       de_DE, en_US, etc.

       Default: (empty)

       URI for the connection to the Kopano server.

       Default: (localhost connection via socket)

       Use this file as key to logon to the server. This is only used when server_socket  is  set
       to an HTTPS transport. See the kopano-server(8) manual page on how to setup SSL keys.

       The password of the SSL key file that is set in sslkey_file.