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About: imapfilter filters/deletes unwanted mails from IMAP servers

imapfilter.1  (imapfilter-2.7.5):imapfilter.1  (imapfilter-2.7.6)
IMAPFILTER(1) BSD General Commands Manual IMAPFILTER(1) IMAPFILTER(1) BSD General Commands Manual IMAPFILTER(1)
NAME NAME
imapfilter — mail filter imapfilter — mail filter
SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS
imapfilter [-inVv] [-c configfile] [-d debugfile] [-e 'command'] [-l logfil e] [-t truststore] imapfilter [-inVv] [-c configfile] [-d debugfile] [-e 'command'] [-l logfil e] [-t truststore]
DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
imapfilter is a mail filtering utility. It connects to remote mail servers imapfilter is a mail filtering utility. It connects to remote mail servers
using the Internet Message using the Internet Message Access
Access Protocol (IMAP), sends searching queries to the server and processes Protocol (IMAP), sends searching queries to the server and processes mailbo
mailboxes based on the results. xes based on the results. It can
It can be used to delete, copy, move, flag, etc. messages residing in mail be used to delete, copy, move, flag, etc. messages residing in mailboxes at
boxes at the same or different the same or different mail
mail servers. The 4rev1 and 4 versions of the IMAP protocol are supported. servers. The 4rev1 and 4 versions of the IMAP protocol are supported.
The command line options of imapfilter(1) are as follows: The command line options of imapfilter(1) are as follows:
-c configfile -c configfile
Path to the configuration file to read, or the ‘-’ character to rea d the configuration from the Path to the configuration file to read, or the ‘-’ character to rea d the configuration from the
standard input stream. The default is $HOME/.imapfilter/config.lua . standard input stream. The default is $HOME/.imapfilter/config.lua .
-d debugfile -d debugfile
File that contains debugging information about the full communicati on with the server, along with File that contains debugging information about the full communicati on with the server, along with
other inner workings' details. other inner workings' details.
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-e 'command' -e 'command'
May be used to enter “one line” of configuration, while it is also possible to pipe a full configu- May be used to enter “one line” of configuration, while it is also possible to pipe a full configu-
ration as a string. When this option is used, a configuration file will not be loaded. ration as a string. When this option is used, a configuration file will not be loaded.
-i Enters interactive mode after executing the configuration file. -i Enters interactive mode after executing the configuration file.
-l logfile -l logfile
File that contains logs of error messages produced. File that contains logs of error messages produced.
-n This option enables the so called dry-run mode, and any actions tha t would result in changes to the -n This option enables the so called dry-run mode, and any actions tha t would result in changes to the
server do not actually take place. So the requests that would modi fy any data are not sent to the server do not actually take place. So the requests that would modif y any data are not sent to the
server, even though informational messages about these actions are still printed. server, even though informational messages about these actions are still printed.
Any other methods, that only receive data from the server, are perf ormed as normal, such as for Any other methods, that only receive data from the server, are perf ormed as normal, such as for
example the searching methods. Note, that the number of messages a example the searching methods. Note, that the number of messages an
n action is reported to be action is reported to be applied
applied upon, might differ between dry-run mode and the normal exec upon, might differ between dry-run mode and the normal execution, a
ution, and this is expected as in nd this is expected as in the
the latter case the data on the server are continuesly altered by s latter case the data on the server are continuously altered by subs
ubsequent actions. equent actions.
-t truststore -t truststore
The path to the system's SSL CA TrustStore directory or file. SSL c onnections will be validated The path to the system's SSL CA TrustStore directory or file. SSL c onnections will be validated
using the CA certificates found in this directory or file, and when this is not possible the local using the CA certificates found in this directory or file, and when this is not possible, the local
$HOME/.imapfilter/certificates file will be used. The default CA d irectory is /etc/ssl/certs/, and $HOME/.imapfilter/certificates file will be used. The default CA d irectory is /etc/ssl/certs/, and
the default CA file is /etc/ssl/cert.pem. the default CA file is /etc/ssl/cert.pem.
-V Displays version and copyright information. -V Displays version and copyright information.
-v Enables printing of some brief details of the communication with th e server. -v Enables printing of some brief details of the communication with th e server.
ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT
HOME User's home directory. HOME User's home directory.
IMAPFILTER_HOME IMAPFILTER_HOME
Program's configuration directory, which overrides the default $HOM E/.imapfilter/. Program's configuration directory, which overrides the default $HOM E/.imapfilter/.
FILES FILES
$HOME/.imapfilter/config.lua $HOME/.imapfilter/config.lua
Default configuration file. Because this file may contain sensitiv Default configuration file. Because this file may contain sensitive
e data such as user passwords, data such as user passwords, the
the recommended permissions are read/write for the user, and not ac recommended permissions are read/write for the user, and not access
cessible by others. ible by others.
$HOME/.imapfilter/certificates $HOME/.imapfilter/certificates
File where the SSL certificates are stored. File where the SSL certificates are stored.
SEE ALSO SEE ALSO
imapfilter_config(5) imapfilter_config(5)
CONFORMING TO CONFORMING TO
IMAP4rev1: IMAP4rev1:
RFC 3501, RFC 3348, RFC 2683, RFC 2595, RFC 2342, RFC 2195, RFC 217 7 RFC 3501, RFC 3348, RFC 2683, RFC 2595, RFC 2342, RFC 2195, RFC 217 7
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