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Friday, March 16, 2007

Syntax for SuPump.exe

The Sumatra Pump (which on occasion we pronounce "SumPump") uses the following syntax (which will be familiar to all of you using the Sumatra Utilities):

suPump /dn:domain /sn:servername /k:kwd /all /u:usr /in:infile /at:acct_type /dt:data_type
/out:outfile /undo /v:file /http:url /pkg:p

/dn:domainname =Run on this "domain name"

/sn:serverName =The server name

/at:acct_type=Account type (acct_type=Specific or Exchange) default is Exchange alias.
/all=Retrieve ALL Aliases with SpecificIDs (employeeID)
/in:infile=user INput file, one Exchange Alias or SpecificID per record (default infile.txt)
/u:user =process this Alias or SpecificID User (supersedes /in:)
SpecificID in this case means anything you want to define, an account number or employee ID for example.

/dt:data_type=Data type = Activities, Tasks, Contacts (default is Activities)

/k:kwdstem = Assigns a category during an insert. E.g., /k=holiday2006; Also limits mtgs/appts/contacts/todos tagged with Keyword stem e.g. /k:ca finds ca,car,cat (/k default:mmconv102659080256Z).

/out:outfile=Output file (default outfile.txt)

/undo=remove items from calendar (tagged w/ keyword). Items to be removed is a function of the /dt

Data Location
/file:filestring=passes an XML file (path included) to be processed
/HTTP:URL=Obtain a file to be processed from HTTP address using this URL root. Note, the URL must be enclosed in quotes
/PKG:Pkgname=defines the package name to extract the data. The package will be appended to the URL root to retrieve the data. The package name must be enclosed in quotes.

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