Usage

Invoke csecmd as follows:

csecmd [/enable] [/disable] [/list] [-host:<host>]
[-port:<port>] [-user:<email>]

Table 1 Command-line options

Option

Description

/enable

enable a user for spam filtering (requires -user:)

/disable

disable a user for spam filtering (requires -user:)

/enablefb

enable feedback reporting for a user (requires -user:)

/disablefb

disable feedback reporting for a user (requires -user:)

/scan

scan a user's mailbox for spam (requires -user:)

/list

display all users that cse knows about

/version

display the version of cse

-user:<email>

specify a user's email address to act upon

-host:<host>

specify a remote host that CSE is running on (default: localhost)

-port:<port>

specify an alternate admin port that CSE is listening on (default: 9371)

csecmd will exit with zero on success and non-zero on error. The success or failure of the operation can be determined by examining the %ERRORLEVEL% environment variable.


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