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<h2>Problem:</h2>
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1st Scenario:  Search and remove broken/dead share mounts where thousands of shares mounted on user's mailbox. <br>
 
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2nd Scenario: Users' webclient (advanced and html) not loading if multiple broken shares are present on user's mailbox.
 
  
  
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====Problem====
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1st Scenario: Search and remove broken/dead share mounts where thousands of shares mounted on the user's mailbox.
  
With the help of "zmsoap" command we can findout dead shares in a user's mailbox.
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2nd Scenario:  Users' webclient (advanced and HTML) not loading if multiple broken shares are present in the user's mailbox.
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With the help of "zmsoap" command, we can find out dead shares in a user's mailbox.
  
 
Following command will give folder list where we can grep "link broken" to check if there is any broken share exist or not.
 
Following command will give folder list where we can grep "link broken" to check if there is any broken share exist or not.
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  zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM df "folder id"
 
  zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM df "folder id"
'''Note :''' Replace '''USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM''' with the actual user name according to you environment.
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'''Note:''' Replace '''USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM''' with the actual username according to your environment.
 
 
  
  
Submitted by:  Heera Singh Koranga
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Steps to find broken or dead share mount on a user's mailbox and remove using zmmailbox command


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Problem

1st Scenario: Search and remove broken/dead share mounts where thousands of shares mounted on the user's mailbox.

OR

2nd Scenario: Users' webclient (advanced and HTML) not loading if multiple broken shares are present in the user's mailbox.

Solution

With the help of "zmsoap" command, we can find out dead shares in a user's mailbox.

Following command will give folder list where we can grep "link broken" to check if there is any broken share exist or not.

Command syntax :

zmsoap -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM GetFolderRequest @tr=1


Here we will make some changes on above zmsoap command to get absolute path and folder id of broken share.


Command to get "absolute path" of all broken shares :

zmsoap -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM GetFolderRequest @tr=1 | grep -i broken | awk -F " absFolderPath=" '{print $2}' | awk -F '"' '{print "\""$2"\""}'

Command to get "folder id" of all broken shares :

zmsoap -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM GetFolderRequest @tr=1 | grep -i broken | awk -F " id=" '{print $2}' | awk -F '"' '{print "\""$2"\""}'

Now remove broken/dead share with the help of zmmailbox command :

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM df "absolute path"

OR

zmmailbox -z -m USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM df "folder id"

Note: Replace USERNAME@DOMAIN.COM with the actual username according to your environment.


Verified Against: ZCS 8.8, 8.7, 8.6, 8.5 Date Created: 2018-08-13
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Steps_to_find_broken_or_dead_share_mount_on_a_user%27s_mailbox_and_remove_using_zmmailbox_command Date Modified: 2018-08-13



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