brett at BRABYS.CO.ZA
Tue Aug 13 07:27:02 IST 2002
One solution is to set the 'archive mail' and periodically spin thru the
archive directory and shove it into a database.
I've got some code that'll do that for Postgresql if you like. diagnostics I
don't look for but you could get that from the header. Attachments and so
forth you'd have to decode the df file and look at it. Wouldn't take
too long to port to MySQL
works nicely but it gets big fast.
Anyone from SA here? Can't see any details in the new ECT legislation about
archiving mail transmissions aside from vague remarks from SARS about
treating them like documents. Anyone know anything?
> I'd like to update a mysql database with some data from every in/out message unique_id,from,to,subject,size and diagnostics (spam/virus/clean). Attached files and their sizes will be usefull to.
> HELIo Silva
> At 16:55 12/08/02, you wrote:
> >At 19:58 12/08/2002, you wrote:
> >>I use a universal sendmail server running Mailscanner to filter mail for
> >>multiple businesses. Is there any way to provide statistical information on
> >>the processing that Mailscanner makes?
> >>I would like to be able to give each client a report on their mail activity.
> >This is not currently provided by MailScanner, but by analysing your
> >sendmail logs you should be able to work out what you need.
> >As a more general question, what statistical logging would people like
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