Commit f2ff02c5 authored by Alan Garcia's avatar Alan Garcia

Delete mailbox

parent 06a2eb67
......@@ -530,6 +530,7 @@ src/functions_dns.sh -text
src/functions_hosting.sh -text
src/mail_add -text
src/mail_del -text
src/mail_deletion.sh -text
src/mem_add -text
src/mem_del -text
src/quota_delete -text
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......@@ -14,6 +14,9 @@
# Every 5 minutes, spool waiting domain changes
*/5 * * * * root /usr/lib/alternc/update_domains.sh
# Every 5 minutes, delete mails
*/5 * * * * root /usr/lib/alternc/mail_deletion.sh
# Every hour, check for slave_dns refreshes
5 * * * * root /usr/lib/alternc/slave_dns
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#!/bin/bash
# This script look in the database wich mail should be DELETEd
# Source some configuration file
for CONFIG_FILE in \
/etc/alternc/local.sh \
/usr/lib/alternc/functions.sh
do
if [ ! -r "$CONFIG_FILE" ]; then
echo "Can't access $CONFIG_FILE."
exit 1
fi
. "$CONFIG_FILE"
done
#FIXME: do the lock
#FIXME: this var should be define by local.sh
ALTERNC_MAIL_LOC="/var/alternc/mail"
# List the local addresses to DELETE
# Foreach => Mark for deleting and start deleting the files
# If process is interrupted, the row isn't deleted. We have to force it by reseting mail_action to 'DELETE'
mysql_query "SELECT id, quote(replace(path,'!','\\!')) FROM mailbox WHERE mail_action='DELETE';"|while read id path ; do
mysql_query "UPDATE mailbox set mail_action='DELETING' WHERE id=$id;"
# Check there is no instruction of changing directory, and check the first part of the string
if [[ "$path" =~ '../' || "$path" =~ '/..' || ! "'$ALTERNC_MAIL_LOC" == "${path:0:$((${#ALTERNC_MAIL_LOC}+1))}" ]] ; then
echo "Error : this directory will not be deleted, pattern incorrect"
continue
fi
test -d $path && nice 10 rm -rf $path
mysql_query "DELETE FROM mailbox WHERE id=$id;"
done
# List the adresses to DELETE
# Delete if only if there isn't any mailbox refering to it
mysql_query "DELETE FROM a using address a, mailbox m WHERE a.mail_action='DELETE' OR a.mail_action='DELETING' AND a.id != m.address_id;"
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