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DOVEADM-QUOTA(1)			     Dovecot				 DOVEADM-QUOTA(1)

       doveadm-quota - Initialize/recalculate or show current quota usage

       doveadm [-Dv] [-f formatter] quota [-S socket_path] command
       doveadm [-Dv] [-f formatter] quota [-S socket_path] command -A
       doveadm [-Dv] [-f formatter] quota [-S socket_path] command -u user

       In the first form, doveadm(1) will execute the command for the currently logged in user.

       In the second form, the command will be performed for all users.

       In the third form, the command will affect only the matching user(s).

       Note:  The  quota  get  and  quota  recalc  commands  are  only	available when the global
	      mail_plugins setting contains the quota plugin.

       Global doveadm(1) options:

       -D     Enables verbosity and debug messages.

       -f formatter
	      Specifies the formatter for formatting the output.  Supported formatters are:

	      flow   prints each line with key=value pairs.

	      pager  prints each key: value pair on its own line and separates records with  form
		     feed character (^L).

	      tab    prints a table header followed by tab separated value lines.

	      table  prints a table header followed by adjusted value lines.

       -v     Enables verbosity, including progress counter.

       Command specific options:

       -A     If  the  -A  option is present, the command will be performed for all users.  Using
	      this option in combination with system users from userdb { driver = passwd } is not
	      recommended,  because  it contains also users with a lower UID than the one config-
	      ured with the first_valid_uid setting.

	      When the SQL userdb module is used make sure  that  the  iterate_query  setting  in
	      /etc/dovecot/dovecot-sql.conf.ext  matches  your	database  layout.  When using the
	      LDAP userdb module, make sure that the iterate_attrs and iterate_filter settings in
	      /etc/dovecot/dovecot-ldap.conf.ext  match  your  LDAP schema.  Otherwise doveadm(1)
	      will be unable to iterate over all users.

       -S socket_path
	      The option's argument is either an absolute path to a local UNIX domain socket,  or
	      a  hostname  and	port (hostname:port), in order to connect a remote host via a TCP

	      This allows an administrator to execute doveadm(1) mail commands through the  given

       -u user/mask
	      Run  the	command  only  for the given user.  It's also possible to use '*' and '?'
	      wildcards (e.g. -u *@example.org).
	      When neither the -A option nor -u user was specified, the command will be  executed
	      with the environment of the currently logged in user.

   quota get
       doveadm [-f formatter] quota get [-A|-u user]

       The  quota get command is used to display the current quota usage.  The storage values are
       reported in kilobytes.

       This command uses by default the output formatter table.

   quota recalc
       doveadm quota recalc [-A|-u user]

       The quota recalc command is used to recalculate the current quota usage.

	      Dovecot's main configuration file, including the dict section.

	      SQL dictionary proxy settings.

	      Mailbox locations and namespaces, including global mail_location

	      Quota configuration.

       Get the current quota usage of user jane.

       doveadm quota get -u jane
       Quota name			 Type	 Value	Limit  %
       user				 STORAGE 90099 102400 87
       user				 MESSAGE 20548	30000 68

       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				    2011-02-17				 DOVEADM-QUOTA(1)
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