List and remove orphaned and inactive mailboxes
Move mailboxes from one partition to another
Restore expunged messages that have not been purged
List personal mailbox subscriptions and unsubscribed mailboxes that no longer exist
You can also use the mboxutil command to view information about quotas. For more information, see 20.11.4 To Monitor Quota Limits.
Note that you should not kill the mboxutil process in the middle of execution. If it is killed with SIGKILL (kill -9), it may potentially require that every server get restarted and a recovery be done.
See mboxutil in Sun Java System Messaging Server 6.3 Administration Reference for detailed syntax and usage requirements.
To list all mailboxes for all users:
To list all mailboxes and also include path and ACL information:
mboxutil -l -x
To create the default mailbox named INBOX for the user daphne:
mboxutil -c user/daphne/INBOX
To delete a mail folder named projx for the user delilah:
mboxutil -d user/delilah/projx
To delete the default mailbox named INBOX and all mail folders for the user druscilla:
mboxutil -d user/druscilla/INBOX
To rename the mail folder memos to memos-april for the user desdemona:
mboxutil -r user/desdemona/memos user/desdemona/memos-april
To move the mail account for the user dimitria to a new partition:
mboxutil -r user/dimitria/INBOX user/dimitria/INBOX partition
where partition specifies the name of the new partition.
To move the mail folder named personal for the user dimitria to a new partition:
mboxutil -r user/dimitria/personal user/dimitria/personal partition