Get mailbox info on command line Plesk

Using the command line is sometimes a lot quicker than fannying around with a panel in the browser. So to grab a quick summary of a users mailbox, the following one-liner will show all you need:

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/usr/local/psa/bin/mail -i user@domain.co.uk

On Plesk 11

If you’re running Plesk 11 you will see:

$ /usr/local/psa/bin/mail -i stuart@anotherdomain.co.uk

Mailname:           stuart

Domain:             anotherdomain.co.uk

Aliases:            s, stew, stewart, stu

Mailgroup(s):       stuart@somegroup.com

Mailbox:            true

Password type:      sym

Mbox quota:         Unlimited

Mailgroup:          false

Attachment files: 

Autoresponders:     Disabled

Antivirus mail checking: Can not determine

SUCCESS: Gathering information for 'stuart@anotherdomain.co.uk' complete

Less than Plesk 11

And prior to Plesk 11, this is what you’ll get:

/usr/local/psa/bin/mail.sh -i stuart@mydomain.co.uk

Mailname:           stuart

Domain:             mydomain.co.uk

Aliases:            stewart, stu, stuey, stoo

CP Access:          false

Mailbox:            true

Password:           aComplicAt3dPasswordHERE

Password type:      plain

Mbox quota:         Unlimited

Redirect:           false

Mailgroup:          false

Attachment files: 

Autoresponders:     Disabled

Name:            holidays

Status:          false

Request text:    Not specified

Where:           always respond

Answer with subject: Re: <request_subject>

Reply-To:        not defined

Answer text:     I am out of the office on holiday until Noday 1st Octember.

Please email help@mydomain.co.uk or call the office on 01230 456789 if your enquiry is of an urgent nature.

Many thanks

Stuart.

Attachment files:

Uniq email reply: 2 time(s) a day

Store up to:     100 unique e-mail addresses

Forward request:

Antivirus mail checking: Can not determine

SUCCESS: Gathering information for 'stuart@mydomain.co.uk' complete

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