The aws workmail command is a part of the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) and provides functionality to manage Amazon WorkMail using the command line. Amazon WorkMail is a secure, cloud-based email and calendaring service that is designed to meet the needs of organizations.
Here’s an overview of the aws workmail command and its functionality:
- Managing Organizations: With the aws workmail command, you can create and manage organizations in Amazon WorkMail. An organization represents your company or business unit and acts as a container for users, groups, and resources within Amazon WorkMail.
- Managing Users and Groups: The aws workmail command allows you to create, update, and delete individual users and groups within your Amazon WorkMail organization. You can set up user mailboxes, configure access permissions, manage group memberships, and perform other user and group-related operations.
- Configuring Email Routing and Policies: Amazon WorkMail provides flexible email routing and policy settings. With the aws workmail command, you can configure email flow rules, set up email address policies, manage distribution groups, and control access to resources.
- Managing Resources: Amazon WorkMail allows you to create and manage shared resources such as meeting rooms, equipment, and shared mailboxes. The aws workmail command enables you to create, update, and delete these resources and configure their settings.
- Enabling Mobile Access: Amazon WorkMail supports mobile access, allowing users to access their emails, contacts, and calendars on mobile devices. The aws workmail command provides options to enable and configure mobile access settings for your Amazon WorkMail organization.
- Access Control: The aws workmail command requires appropriate IAM permissions to manage Amazon WorkMail resources. You can define IAM policies to control who can create organizations, manage users and groups, configure policies, and perform other operations related to Amazon WorkMail.
The aws workmail command provides a convenient way to manage Amazon WorkMail using the command line. It allows you to create and manage organizations, users, groups, resources, email routing, policies, and mobile access settings.
aws workmail Command Examples
1. List all WorkMail organizations:
# aws workmail list-organizations
2. List all users of a specific organization:
# aws workmail list-users --organization-id organization_id
3. Create a WorkMail user in a specific organization:
# aws workmail create-user --name username --display-name name --password password --organization-id organization_id
4. Register and enable a group/user to WorkMail:
# aws workmail register-to-work-mail --entity-id entity_id --email email --organization-id organization_id
5. Create a WorkMail group in a specific organization:
# aws workmail create-group --name group_name --organization-id organization_id
6. Associate a member to a specific group:
# aws workmail associate-member-to-group --group-id group_id --member-id member_id --organization-id organization_id
7. Deregister and disable a user/group from WorkMail:
# aws workmail deregister-from-work-mail --entity-id entity_id --organization-id organization_id
8. Delete a user from an organization:
# aws workmail delete-user --user-id user_id --organization-id organization_id