Admin tool for running pymap instances.
Pings the running server and reports its version string.
$ pymap-admin ping server_version: "0.14.1"
To append a message directly to a mailbox, without using IMAP, use the
append admin command. First, check out the help:
$ pymap-admin append --help
As a basic example, you can append a message to a like this:
$ cat <<EOF | pymap-admin append demouser > From: email@example.com > > test message! > EOF mailbox: "INBOX" validity: 1784302999 uid: 101 2.0.0 Message delivered
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