GroupWise Mobility Service 2.x
You find out some bigger files in attachment area or any Antivirus software detects a virus on GMS attachments and you want to identify a user to whom this attachment belongs to.
GMS stores attachments in a form of /var/lib/datasync/mobility/attachments/<number>/<filestoreID>.
Here is an example how to get additional information from GMS attachment file example from a lab server "dc2e11483aa411e5836f000c298f29b3".
1. From a GMS server, terminal window login to a mobility database:
psql -d mobility -U datasync_user
and provide a password if prompted. That is based upon what you specified for that account during GMS installation.
2. Once you are logged in, you can do a query for a file name as follows:
mobility=> select filestoreid,filename from attachments where filestoreid='dc2e11483aa411e5836f000c298f29b3';
filestoreid | filename
dc2e11483aa411e5836f000c298f29b3 | defect.jpg
So the file name is a picture file called "defect.jpg".
To identify users who have this file in their mails:
select userid from users where guid in (select userid from attachmentmaps where attachmentid in (select attachmentid from attachments where filestoreid='<the_filestoreid>'));
mobility=> select userid from users where guid in (select userid from attachmentmaps where attachmentid in (select attachmentid from attachments where filestoreid='dc2e11483aa411e5836f000c298f29b3'));