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opendmarc-reports - OpenDMARC aggregate report generation tool
opendmarc-reports pulls data from an OpenDMARC database and generates
periodic aggregate reports. The database is populated by a running
opendmarc-import(8) on a message history file generated by an
opendmarc(8) filter as messages arrive and are processed. This includes
the collection of reporting URIs, which this script uses to make reports
available to those that request them.
This man page covers the version of opendmarc-reports that shipped with
version 1.4.2 of OpenDMARC.
Copyright (c) 2012, 2014, 2015, The Trusted Domain Project. All rights reserved.
opendmarc(8), opendmarc.conf(5), opendmarc-import(8)
- Generate reports on day boundaries. Overrides the value of
--interval (see below).
- Specifies the hostname on which the SQL server is running. Defaults to the
value of the environment variable OPENDMARC_DBHOST, or
"localhost" if the environment variable is not set.
- Specifies the SQL database name to be accessed. Defaults to the value of
the environment variable OPENDMARC_DB, or "opendmarc" if the
environment variable is not set.
- Specifies the password for the SQL database to be accessed. Defaults to
the value of the environment variable OPENDMARC_PASSWORD, or
"opendmarc" if the environment variable is not set.
- Specifies the TCP port on which the SQL server is expected to be
listening. Defaults to the value of the environment variable
OPENDMARC_PORT, or 3306 if the environment variable is not set.
- Specifies the SQL user to be used to access the database. Defaults to the
value of the environment variable OPENDMARC_USER, or "opendmarc"
if the environment variable is not set.
- Generates a report (if one is due) for the named domain, rather than
checking all of them.
- Prints a help message and terminates.
- Generates reports only for hosts that have not had a report generated in
at least the last secs seconds.
- Skips generating a report for the named domain. Can be specified multiple
times to skip multiple reporting domains.
- Suppresses marking the time of the transmission of the report in the
database. Normally this would be done to prevent reports from being sent
too close together.
- Generates reports using the specified address, which is used in the report
content and in the SMTP transaction. The default is
"postmaster@HOSTNAME" where HOSTNAME is replaced by the hostname
of the host generating the report.
- Generates reports using the specified domain name as the organization
responsible for the report. This is used to create the archive filename
and is included in the report content. The default is the hostname of the
host generating the report.
- Causes reports to be sent by transmitting them using SMTP to the named
host which can be an IP address or a hostname. The default is
- Causes reports to be sent by transmitting them using SMTP to the specified
port. The default is 25.
- Instructs the database to change to the UTC timezone when generating
output. Otherwise, the database default is used.
- Increase the amount of verbosity written to standard output.
- Print version number and exit.
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