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Bulk import email accounts from csv

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by haaronl, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. haaronl

    haaronl Guest

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    These are instructions for bulk importing or migrating email accounts from an old server to your new Plesk control panel. These instructions are for Plesk Panel 8.6.

    1. Create a spreadsheet with the switches as the headings
    2. Populate with data from your old server export function or copy-paste
    3. Fill in switch data that may not have been exported
    4. Write script (example at bottom) to import data from csv

    from www.tres.ca

    [root@274680-www1 bin]# ./mail.sh --help

    Usage: mail.sh command <mail_name> [options]

    Available commands:
    --create or -c <mail>@<domain> creates mail account
    --update or -u <mail>@<domain> updates mail account parameters
    --remove or -r <mail>@<domain> removes mail account
    --info or -i <mail>@<domain> retrieves mail account information
    --on <domain> enables mail service for domain
    --off <domain> disables mail service for domain
    --update-service <domain> Update mail service for domain
    --rename <mail>@<domain> Rename mail
    --help or -h displays this help page

    Available options:
    -cp-access <true|false> enables control panel access (default:
    true)
    -cp_access <true|false> enables control panel access (default:
    true) [deprecated]
    -manage-virusfilter <true|false> allows or prohibits managing antivirus
    -manage-drweb <true|false> allows or prohibits managing antivirus
    [deprecated]
    -manage-spamfilter <true|false> allows or prohibits managing spam
    filter
    -mailbox <true|false> creates/removes mailbox
    -passwd <passwd> sets mailbox password [see the note
    below for details]
    -boxpass <passwd> obsolete alias for option "passwd"
    (this option may be removed from
    future releases)
    -passwd_type <plain|encrypted> specifies the type of mailbox
    password, ignored if no password
    specified [see the note below for
    details]
    -mbox_quota <number>[K|M|G] limits the mailbox quota to the
    desired amount in bytes ("-1" -
    Default quota for domain)
    -boxquota <number>[K|M|G] obsolete alias for option "mbox_quota"
    (this option may be removed from
    future releases)
    -aliases<add|del>:<name1[,name2]> adds or deletes mail alias(es) to/from
    mailname
    -mgroups<add|del>:<list1[,list2]> adds or removes mail name to/from mail
    group
    -redirect <true|false> switches mail redirect on/off
    -rediraddr <addr> sets redirect to address (required if
    redirect is enabled)
    -group <true|false> switches mail group on/off
    -groupmem <add|del>:<addr1[,addr2]>
    adds/removes address(-es) to/from
    mail group
    -repo <add|del>:<file1[,file2]> adds/removes file to/from attachments
    repository [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -autorsp <true|false> switches all autoresponders on/off
    [deprecated, use autoresponder.sh]
    -autoname <name> autoresponder name (required for all
    autoresponder options) [deprecated,
    use autoresponder.sh]
    -autostatus <true|false> switches on/off autoresponder with
    specified name (true) [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -autoreq <subj|body>:<string> or <always>
    defines the condition for the
    autoresponder to be activated whether
    the specified pattern is encountered
    in the subject or body, or to respond
    always [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -autosubj <original|string> the subject line to be set up into
    autoresponder ("Re: <incoming
    subject>") or a custom string
    [deprecated, use autoresponder.sh]
    -auto_replyto <string> return address that will be set up
    into the autoresponder's messages
    [deprecated, use autoresponder.sh]
    -autotext <string> autoresponder message text
    [deprecated, use autoresponder.sh]
    -autoatch <add|del>:<file1[,file2]>
    adds/removes autoresponder attachment
    files [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -autofrq <number> defines the maximum number of
    responses to a unique e-mail address
    per day [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -autostor <number> defines the number of unique addresses
    to be stored for autoresponder
    [deprecated, use autoresponder.sh]
    -autored <addr> defines the e-mail address to forward
    all incoming mail to [deprecated, use
    autoresponder.sh]
    -multiple-sessions <true|false> allows/prohibits concurrent control
    panel sessions for a mail user
    -locale <string> set interface language (e.g. "it-IT"
    for Italian)
    -lines-per-page <int> display lines per page (not 0)
    [deprecated]
    -max-button-length <int> button label length
    -skin <string> set interface skin (e.g. "WinXP
    Reloaded")
    -lock-screen <true|false> prevent users from working with the
    control panel until interface screens
    are completely loaded
    -status <enabled|disabled|admin,domadm,parent,client>
    Enables or disables status for domain
    mail service
    -new <mail> Specifies new email
    -antivirus <off|inout|in|out> manages antivirus filtering for mail
    traffic. "Off" disables antivirus
    filtering, "Inout" enables it for mail
    traffic going in any direction, "In"
    enables it for incoming mail only, and
    "Out" for outgoing mail only.
    * Antivirus is not installed!

    Note:
    * For security reasons, you can transfer not encrypted passwords via
    environment variable PSA_PASSWORD, by specifying the empty value in the command
    line for the passwd arguments (like " -passwd ''") and setting the password
    value in the PSA_PASSWORD variable.
    Similarly, you can transfer the encrypted password via the environment
    variable PSA_CRYPTED_PASSWORD, by specifying the empty value in the command
    line for the passwd arguments (like " -passwd ''") and by setting the password
    value in the PSA_CRYPTED_PASSWORD variable.

    Version: psa v8.6.0_build86080822.20 os_RedHat el5


    Here is an example script that would be run to create the accounts with aliases:

    for i in `cat list`; do
    /usr/local/psa/bin/mail.sh --create $i@fight2survive.com -passwd -mailbox true
    done
     
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