zarafa-fsck (1) - Linux Manuals
zarafa-fsck: Start the Zarafa fsck calendar check program.
zarafa-fsck - Start the Zarafa fsck calendar check program.
- zarafa-fsck [OPTION...] [FILTER...]
Various options are possible. Only the --user options is required.
--user, -u username
- The name of the user to login with, and to check the calender of.
--pass, -p password
- The password of the user to login with. If this is not passed, you will be prompted for the password, and it will not be displayed when typed.
- Prompt for the password of the user to login with. Overrides the --pass option.
- Auto accept the disclaimer so no user input is needed to accept the disclaimer. This can be used for scripts along with --autofix argument.
- Check the public store for user given with the --userargument.
--host, -h path
- Connect to the Zarafa server through path, e.g. file:///path/to/socket. Default: file:///var/run/zarafa.
- Whether the items should immediately be fixed, and not be prompted for.
- When the item certainly is broken, and cannot be fixed by the program, it may be deleted.
- You will only receive a report of which items are probably broken. The calendar folder will not be written to.
- Print a help screen of all possible options.
At least one filter is required. A filter defines which kind of items are checked.
- All calendar folders in the store will be checked, and only calendar items will be tried to fix if needed.
- All contact folders in the store will be checked, and only contact items will be tried to fix if needed.
- All task folders in the store will be checked, and only task items will be tried to fix if needed.
- All filters listed above will be checked.