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DOVEADM-DUMP(1) 			     Dovecot				  DOVEADM-DUMP(1)

       doveadm-dump - Dump the content of Dovecot's binary mailbox index/log

       doveadm [-Dv] dump [-t type] path

       Dovecot	uses  several  binary  index  and  log	files in order to improve performance for
       accessing mails. For some mailbox formats, such as sdbox and mdbox, the	index  files  are
       part  of  the  format itself.  For details about index files, see also: http://wiki2.dove-

       doveadm dump is used to show the contents of those mailbox index/log files, in human read-
       able format. This is mainly useful for Dovecot developers when debugging some problem.

       Global doveadm(1) options:

       -D     Enables verbosity and debug messages.

       -v     Enables verbosity, including progress counter.

       Command specific options:

       -t type
	      the  file type of the file to be dumped.	If the type was omitted, doveadm(1) tries
	      to detect the type of path.  type can be:

	      dbox	  => m.n (sdbox or mdbox mailbox file)

	      index	  => dovecot.index, dovecot.map.index

	      log	  => dovecot.index.log, dovecot.map.index.log

	      mailboxlog  => dovecot.mailbox.log

	      thread	  => dovecot.index.thread

       path   The path to the corresponding dbox storage, index or log file.  If only a directory
	      is specified, doveadm tries to detect the type of files under it and dumps them.

       Look at the contents of a mailbox's index:

       doveadm dump ~/Maildir/.work/

       Report  bugs,  including  doveconf  -n  output, to the Dovecot Mailing List <dovecot@dove-
       cot.org>.  Information about reporting bugs  is	available  at:	http://dovecot.org/bugre-


Dovecot v2.2				    2012-02-21				  DOVEADM-DUMP(1)
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