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Zimbra doesn't seem to have good ways of counting users by COS or domains. I've written a couple of scripts to make that easier. Be warned that these can take a long time to run if you have a lot of users
The following script will generate a report of total users in each COS. This may be useful for Zimbra customers who are billed based on accounts with different feature levels:
#!/bin/sh tmpfile=`mktemp` account_list=`zmprov gaa` for cos_name in `zmprov gac` ; do cos_id=`zmprov gc $cos_name | grep zimbraId | cut -f2 -d\ ` cos_count=0 for account in $account_list ; do account_cos_id=`zmprov ga $account | grep $cos_id | cut -f2 -d\ ` if [ "$account_cos_id" = "$cos_id" ] ; then let cos_count=cos_count+1 fi done echo "$cos_name has $cos_count accounts." >> $tmpfile done cat $tmpfile rm -f $tmpfile