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Manual Reference Pages  -  VCHATTR (1)

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NAME

vchattr - Changes the attributes on one or more virtual users

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

vchattr [-c] [--msgcount] [-e] [--expiry] [-E] [--enabled] [-p] [--personal] [-q] [--softquota] [-Q] [--hardquota] [--quiet] [-z] [--msgsize] VALUE USERNAME ...

DESCRIPTION

This program changes the value of one attribute on a set of virtual users. It cannot be used to change the user’s password or forwarding addresses — use vpasswd and vchforwards to accomplish those tasks.

OPTIONS

-c, --msgcount Set the user’s message count limit.
-e, --expiry Set the account’s expiry time (in seconds).
-E, --enabled Enable (1) or disable (0) delivery to the virtual user’s mailbox directory. This does not delete the mailbox or any of the messages contained in or, nor prevent the user from logging in.
-p, --personal Set the user’s personal information.
-q, --softquota Set the user’s soft quota (in bytes).
-Q, --hardquota Set the user’s hard quota (in bytes).
--quiet Suppress all status messages.
-z, --msgsize Set the user’s message size limit (in bytes).

RETURN VALUE

0 if the given attribute was successfully changed for all users, non-zero otherwise. If any of the steps fail, a diagnostic message is printed.

SEE ALSO

vadduser(1)

NOTES

This program expects the environment variable HOME to be set, and executes a change directory to the contents of it before starting. It is also required that you change user to the domain owner before using these utilities.

AUTHORS

Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>
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