createmailbox, cm create a mailbox deleteaclmailbox, dam delete an ACL on a mailbox deletemailbox, dm delete a mailbox help get help on commands listaclmailbox, lam list the ACL on a mailbox listmailbox, lm list mailboxes listquota, lq list quota on root listquotaroot, lqr, lqm list quota roots on mailbox quit exit program renamemailbox, renm rename a mailbox setaclmailbox, sam set an ACL on a mailbox setquota, sq set quota limitsNote:It's not necessary to run "cyradm" on the same system as the IMAP server.
Note:If you run "cyradm" on a system not using Kerberos for authentication, you will be prompted for your user name and password before you can issue any "cyradm" commands. Use the "-u" option to specify a particular user.
The mailbox naming convention requires that the primary mailbox (inbox) for anyone must be named "user.<userid>". To create a mailbox, type:
createmailbox user.<userid>For example, to create a mailbox for the userid "smith", type:
createmailbox user.smithTo limit "smith" to 10,000 kilobytes of mail, type:
setquota user.smith 10000Once the inbox is created, users can create their own additional mailboxes from a mail program. If Smith created a work mailbox and a play mailbox, the full names of the mailboxes would be:
Access rights are discussed in detail in the cyradm(1) man pages. Note that the administrator must grant herself create/delete access explicitly before she can delete a mailbox:
setaclmailbox <mail_box> <admin_userid> c deletemailbox <mail_box>Once you have created mailboxes, your IMAP server installation is done. You must then configure a mail interface, such as Pine or Mulberry, to work with the IMAP server.