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    Default [SOLVED] Last login times for users

    Is there anyway I can find out the last login time for my users?

    I have about 1000 users on my system, and I don't believe that all of them are still active. I was wondering if there is a query I can run, or search of some type?

    Thank you,

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    The Admin Console contains a similar Advanced Search feature found in the web client, which allows you to find accounts with various "login time" attributes.

    Click Accounts.
    Click Advanced Search button.
    Click Advanced Attributes - select your last login time criterea from here.
    Click the Save button.

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    Or, ssh in and run zmaccts as zimbra user.

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    Don't forget about checking the value of your zimbraLastLogonTimestampFrequency which will technically affect how accurate your results are: [SOLVED] Last Login Time in Admin Console

    In the admin console search bar it can be as simple as (zimbraLastLogonTimestamp<=2008xxxxxxxxxxZ)

    Some quick predefined searches are also available in your 5.0.x admin console on the bottom left:


    Advanced search builder referenced by webman:

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    Thanks for all the help, unfortunately I don't have the advanced attributes available in my web GUI (I'm running v4.5), but the zmaccts command gave me exactly what i was looking for. This gives me the information in a file that I can manipulate.

    Thanks

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