Commands tagged mail (33)

  • This can be used to delete or archive old mails. In fact, for archiving its a bit different, you need to archive mails with any tools (e.g archivemail), and then deleting (if you want!). Here we use -path ".*/cur/*" to avoid files limit in bash globbing and to search in any inbox (e.g .mymail .spam .whatever). ! -newermt "1 week ago" can be read: All files which is older than "1 week ago", adapt it in consequence. Show Sample Output


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    find . -path ".*/cur/*" -type f ! -newermt "1 week ago" -delete
    evolix · 2012-03-05 15:48:21 0
  • Counts of messages by recipient, with frozen messages excluded. Show Sample Output


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    sudo /usr/sbin/exim -bp | sed -n '/\*\*\* frozen \*\*\*/,+1!p' | awk '{print $1}' | tr -d [:blank:] | grep @ | sort | uniq -c | sort -n
    blueskin · 2013-06-04 10:49:14 0
  • Poor email reputation got you down? Perhaps you're unknowingly forwarding every spam email that makes it through to info@website.com to website@gmail.com. This command outputs every forwarding address set up within a Zimbra installation.


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    for i in `zmprov -l gaa | cut -f2 -d"@" | uniq -c | awk '{print$2}'`; do zmprov -l gaa -v $i | grep -i zimbraPrefMailForwardingAddress; done
    skylineservers · 2014-11-17 15:24:46 0
  • I had to reconfigure all of my 150 domains to use "localhost" as IMAP/SMTP server instead of mail.[domain]. This little thing did the job in a fraction of a second!


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    sed -i -E 's/mail\..*/localhost\"/g' *
    Blagus · 2016-01-15 14:48:32 0
  • This will send the web page at $u to recipient@example.com . To send the web page to oneself, recipient@example.com can be replaced by $(whoami) . The "charset" is UTF-8 here, but any alternative charset of your choice would work. `wget -O - -o /dev/null $u` may be considered instead of `curl $u` . On some systems the complete path to sendmail may be necessary, for instance /sys/pkg/libexec/sendmail/sendmail for some NetBSD.


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    { u="http://twitter.com/commandlinefu"; echo "Subject: $u"; echo "Mime-Version: 1.0"; echo -e "Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8\n\n"; curl $u ; } | sendmail recipient@example.com
    pascalv · 2010-02-24 04:18:30 1
  • Used it on daily basis, not sure if it's any better than the OPs version, tho' One advantage is - you can replace 'bash' at the end of the line with eg. cat - to check if the generated command is OK. Show Sample Output


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    mailq |awk '/MAILER-DAEMON/{gsub("*","");printf("postsuper -d %s\n",$1)}'|bash
    unefunge · 2010-11-24 11:42:54 0

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    recoll -t -q "keyword" | grep message/rfc822 | sed -s 's,^.*\('$MAILDIR'[^]]*\)\].*$,\"\1\",' | xargs ln -sft $MAILDIR/bingo/cur/
    s5unty · 2011-12-09 17:22:51 0
  • It's not a big line, and it *may not* work for everybody, I guess it depends on the detail of access_log configuration in your httpd.conf. I use it as a prerotate command for logrotate in httpd section so it executes before access_log rotation, everyday at midnight.


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    cat /var/log/httpd/access_log | grep q= | awk '{print $11}' | awk -F 'q=' '{print $2}' | sed 's/+/ /g;s/%22/"/g;s/q=//' | cut -d "&" -f 1 | mail youremail@isp.com -s "[your-site] search strings for `date`"
    isma · 2009-11-22 03:03:06 3
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