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    cvidal is offline Project Contributor
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    Default New tool to clean-up calendars

    I have just wrote a nice tool to cleanup calendars.

    I had a lot of troubles with corrupted calendars thanks to faulty migrations and half done PDA synchronizations, so I wrote a tool to cleanup all or at least part of a calendar.

    It is a small python script that needs python-ldap and MySQL-python packages. It has been tested with Zimbra OS 4.5.10. The use is simply:

    Code:
    zmcaladm your@address.email
    then interactive questions will guide you.

    As usual, all feedback is very welcome.

    I attach the RPMs and the script.

    Enjoy!
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    How can i install this, thankx

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by vanockerhout View Post
    How can i install this, thankx
    Download it, extract the files and install the .rpm file. If you don't know how to install an rpm then search the web for details on how to do that on your liux distribution.
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    Bill


    Acompli: A new adventure for Co-Founder KevinH.

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