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EXCHANGE2ICAL(1)					     OpenChange Users' Manual						  EXCHANGE2ICAL(1)

NAME
exchange2ical - Convert Exchange calendar to ical file SYNOPSIS
exchange2ical [-?V] [-?|--help] [--usage] [-f|--database=STRING] [-p|--profile=STRING] [-P|--password=STRING] [-i|--icalsync=STRING] [-o|--filename=STRING] [-R|--range=STRING] [-d|--debuglevel=STRING] [--dump-data] [-V|--version] DESCRIPTION
exchange2ical provides a way to extract appointments from an Exchange calendar into the ical format. The ical is provided on stdout by default if the filename is not specified. OPTIONS
--database -f Set the path to the profile database to use --profile -p Set the profile to use. If no profile is specified, exchange2ical tries to retrieve the default profile in the database. If no default profile has been set, exchange2ical returns MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND . --password -P Specify the password for the profile to use. This can be omitted if the password is stored in the profile. --icalsync -i Specify an icalendar file to be used to sync back to exchange. --filename -o Specify the filename for the icalendar output. The specified file will be overwritten with the new icalendar. If this is omitted, stdout will be used by default. --range -r Specify the range of exchange appointments to be converted into an icalendar. If there are no events, whos start date is within the specified range, an icalendar with no vevents will be returned. Format: MM/DD/YYYY-MM/DD/YYYY --dump-data Dump the hex data. This is only required for debugging or educational purposes. --debuglevel -d Set the debug level. EXAMPLES
Extract appointments from the Exchange calendar: exchange2ical > appointments.ical Extract appointments from the Exchange calendar to a specified path exchange2ical --filename=/path/to/file.ics Extract only appointments which begin from June 25 2008 to July 26 2009 exchange2ical --range=06/25/2008-07/26/2009 REMARKS
If you are using the default profile database path and have set a default profile (using mapiprofile --profile=profile_name -S ) you do not need to specify these parameters on the command line. AUTHOR
exchange2ical was written by Julien Kerihuel <j.kerihuel at openchange dot org> This man page was written by Brad Hards <bradh at openchange dot org> OpenChange 2.0 QUADRANT 2013-01-24 EXCHANGE2ICAL(1)

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MAPITEST(1)						     OpenChange Users' Manual						       MAPITEST(1)

NAME
mapitest - OpenChange torture test utility SYNOPSIS
mapitest [-?|--help] [--usage] [-f|--database=STRING] [-p|--profile=STRING] [-p|--password=STRING] [--confidential] [--color] [--subunit] [-o|--outfile=STRING] [--mapi-calls=STRING] [--list-all] [--no-server] [--dump-data] [-d|--debuglevel=STRING] DESCRIPTION
mapitest is a test harness / utility used for verifying correct operation of various ExchangeRPC calls / MAPI functions provided by the OpenChange MAPI libraries. mapitest is not normally required by users, but you may be asked to provide the output of mapitest for some kinds of bug investigations. Note that mapitest performs a lot of transactions, including deleting folders and messages. Unless you're very familiar with mapitest, we recommend only using it with a test account. OPTIONS
--database -f Set the path to the profile database to use --profile -p Set the profile to use. If no profile is specified, mapitest tries to retrieve the default profile in the database. If no default profile has been set, mapitest returns MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND . --password -P Specify the password for the profile to use. This can be omitted if the password is stored in the profile. --confidential Remove any sensitive data from the report. --color Use colors to indicate the results of each operation. --subunit Produce output in subunit protocol format, instead of the normal text output. This disables colored output. Note that availability of this option depends on suitable libraries being available at build time, so check availability before relying on this. --outfile -o Redirect the output of the tests to a file. The filename must be specified as the argument to this option. --mapi-calls Run a specific test. The name of the test must be specified as the argument to this option. See the --list-all option to obtain the name of the test. This can be specified more than once in order to run a subset of tests. This can also be used to run a "suite" of tests, by appending "-ALL" to the name of the suite. --list-all Provide a list of all test suites and test names, along with a description of the test. No tests will be run. --no-server Only run tests that do not require a server connection. This is the default if a connection to the server cannot be established. --dump-data Dump the hex data. This is only required for debugging or educational purposes. --debuglevel -d Set the debug level. EXAMPLES
Run all tests mapitest Only run two specific tests mapitest --mapi-calls=NOSERVER-SROWSET --mapi-calls=OXCPRPT-GET-PROPS Run all the NSPI tests mapitest --mapi-calls=NSPI-ALL REMARKS
If you are using the default profile database path and have set a default profile (using mapiprofile --profile=profile_name -S ) you do not need to specify these parameters on the command line. AUTHOR
mapitest was written by Julien Kerihuel <j.kerihuel at openchange dot org> with contributions from other OpenChange developers. This man page was written by Brad Hards <bradh at openchange dot org> OpenChange 2.0 QUADRANT 2013-01-24 MAPITEST(1)

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