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I understand that if I use only groups, I can see a user's memberships from their account info. But in my case, I have a whole bunch of mailing lists under a given domain, and I am trying to find all of them that user, lets say "x<_a.t_>whatever.com" belongs to. Is there a way to run that search?

Edit: I did find that by browsing to the lists folder in the mail store on the mail server, I can go into the lists and view all of the people on them by opening the files. This still doesn't quite do it however. Since there is no file extension for the lists files, Windows cannot search the contents, so running a Windows search is no good.

Some further information I should have had in here from the start: I am running server 2003 Std R2 X86. Kerio Mail Server 6.6.1.

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abarlow wrote on Thu, 11 December 2008 14:44

I understand that if I use only groups, I can see a user's memberships from their account info. But in my case, I have a whole bunch of mailing lists under a given domain, and I am trying to find all of them that user, lets say "x<_a.t_>whatever.com" belongs to. Is there a way to run that search?

Edit: I did find that by browsing to the lists folder in the mail store on the mail server, I can go into the lists and view all of the people on them by opening the files. This still doesn't quite do it however. Since there is no file extension for the lists files, Windows cannot search the contents, so running a Windows search is no good.

Some further information I should have had in here from the start: I am running server 2003 Std R2 X86. Kerio Mail Server 6.6.1.


Open a command prompt, cd to your $kmsdir\store\lists\foo.com, and run "findstr /i theemailaddress *"

On UNIX, use "grep -ri" (Recursive and case-Insensitive search)

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jshaw541 wrote on Fri, 12 December 2008 10:28

abarlow wrote on Thu, 11 December 2008 14:44

I understand that if I use only groups, I can see a user's memberships from their account info. But in my case, I have a whole bunch of mailing lists under a given domain, and I am trying to find all of them that user, lets say "x<_a.t_>whatever.com" belongs to. Is there a way to run that search?

Edit: I did find that by browsing to the lists folder in the mail store on the mail server, I can go into the lists and view all of the people on them by opening the files. This still doesn't quite do it however. Since there is no file extension for the lists files, Windows cannot search the contents, so running a Windows search is no good.

Some further information I should have had in here from the start: I am running server 2003 Std R2 X86. Kerio Mail Server 6.6.1.


Open a command prompt, cd to your $kmsdir\store\lists\foo.com, and run "findstr /i theemailaddress *"

On UNIX, use "grep -ri" (Recursive and case-Insensitive search)

Got it. Thank you for your reply. For anyone else with this problem, after the /i you also need /s so that you are searching in sub directories.

Again, thanks for the help.
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