h.reindl at thelounge
May 3, 2011, 6:01 AM
Post #5 of 6
this is an idea
what the user do with the mbox-file is not my problem :-)
Am 03.05.2011 14:52, schrieb Paul J Stevens:
> You can also use dbmail-export.
> dbmail-export -d -u orphaned-user -m orphaned-mailbox
> will export and delete all messages in specified mailbox.
> On 03-05-11 14:41, Reindl Harald wrote:
>> afaik sieve does not touch existing mails
>> my problem is that some accounts are orphaned and i want to get
>> rid of the messages in a way that two weeks alter nobody can say
>> "why you deleted my mails?"
>> Am 03.05.2011 13:26, schrieb Jorge Bastos:
>>> The best way will be using sieve if I'm not wrong.
>>>> is there a way to spit existing mails back to postfix with an external
>>>> target address?
>>>> i am dreaming of a table "msg_id, target_address" which would be
>>>> enumerated from time to time and after the mail is forwarded remove the
>>>> entry from this "todo-list"
>>>> the reason behind are some since years ignored mailboxes where i have
>>>> valid target at gmx for the users and before replacing their physical
>>>> account with a forwarder spit all the 500 mails to their gmx-address
>>>> since some of the users are not responsible :-(
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>> DBmail [at] dbmail
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