Remove user accounts from the popstore or delete users' stored messages.
Command Switches -confirm -group=name -log -messages -return -noreturn
usernameName of the account to delete. Can contain wild card characters.
deletecommand to remove a user account. By default, stored messages for the account are deleted silently. To cause unread messages to be returned to their originator as undelivered, specify
-return. Use the
-messagesswitch to delete or return a user's messages. The account itself will not be deleted. When the username parameter contains wild card characters, all matching accounts within the manager's management group and subgroups thereof will be deleted. The
-groupswitch can be used to further constrain which accounts are deleted.
Prompt for positive confirmation before carrying out the indicated operation. When wild cards are not used,
-noconfirmis the default. When wild cards are used,
-confirmis the default and a prompt is issued for each account to be operated upon. Moreover, when wild cards are used,
-noconfirmcauses only a single prompt to be issued---it does not eliminate the prompt altogether.
Name of a management group to constrain the operation to. This switch can be used in conjunction with a username parameter containing wild card characters so as to further constrain the delete operation.
When the operation is successful, output a status message stating that the operation succeeded. Note that error messages are always indicated.
-nologis the default behavior unless wild card characters are used in which case
-logis the default.
-messagesswitch is specified, only the user's messages are deleted or returned. The account itself is not deleted.
-returnis specified, unread messages are returned to their originator as undelivered. By default unread messages are deleted without sending a non-delivery notice back to their originators.
To delete the account
jdoe, issue the command
popstore> delete jdoe