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[SOGo] New sogo-tool features


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  • From: Ludovic Marcotte < >
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  • Subject: [SOGo] New sogo-tool features
  • Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 14:18:24 -0400
  • Organization: Inverse inc.

Hello,

You can now get / set / unset user's defaults and settings using sogo-tool. This avoid clunky backup/restore + file edition in order to change some user's values.

Here are some usage examples.

To get a value for lmarcotte's defaults (the key is SOGoDayStartTime), do:

% sogo-tool user-preferences get defaults lmarcotte SOGoDayStartTime
2011-06-29 13:52:18.428 sogo-tool[32133] value for key "SOGoDayStartTime": "09:00"

To unset (ie., delete) that key/value:

% sogo-tool user-preferences unset defaults lmarcotte SOGoDayStartTime

To set it back (in JSON format):

% sogo-tool user-preferences set defaults lmarcotte SOGoTimeFormat '{"SOGoTimeFormat": "%H:%M"}'

You can also manipulate complex values - like Sieve scripts. For example, to change the redirect of lmarcotte, you should do:

% sogo-tool user-preferences set defaults lmarcotte cyrus:QWERTY Forward '{"forwardAddress": [" "], "enabled": true, "keepCopy": false}'

Note in this example that you have to pass valid authname/password of a Sieve's admin ("cyrus" in my example). This is required for Forward, Vacation and SOGoSieveFilters keys since the Sieve script will need to be regenerated and you don't necessary have the user's password - unless you're a twisted sysadmin ;-)

Overall, sogo-tool can now be used to really ease migration to SOGo when you want to consider some (if not most) user's preferences in previous systems, and you want to script the migration quite easily.

The code has just been pushed so it'll be available in the upcoming nightly builds.

Regards,

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Ludovic Marcotte

:: +1.514.755.3630 :: www.inverse.ca
Inverse inc. :: Leaders behind SOGo (www.sogo.nu) and PacketFence
(www.packetfence.org)



  • [SOGo] New sogo-tool features, Ludovic Marcotte, 06/29/2011

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