Ken Murchison ken at oceana.com
Tue Dec 16 12:39:54 EST 2003

telsey at starband.net wrote:

> I know this question has been asked by others, but I was unable to find a
> solution in my research.  The problem I am having is with ipurge, and when
> I execute the command it executes, doesn't return an error, and doesn't
> remove the mail.
> We are running cyrus 2.2.1 beta, and we are using virtual domains, and the
> unixhierchysep instead of the standard dot (i.e. user/<useracct> instead
> of user.<useracct>).
> I am attempting to removed old mail from two folders with the following
> commands.
> ipurge -f -d 3 user/*/mail/Trash
> ipurge -f -d 7 user/*/mail/JunkMail
> My understanding is that the * would include all user accounts, and could
> be changed to something like username at domain.com (Our mail accounts
> contain the name and domain).

No, the domain is always appended to the end of the mailboxname.  Try:

ipurge -f -d 3 user/%/mail/Trash at domain.com

Kenneth Murchison     Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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