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    Hi there,

    Are there any utilities to search through a sendmail log?
    I am trying to do it with grep and wc.
    I want to break down all sent messages by sent/connection reset/
    connection timed out/User unknown/Connection refused, in the end to be
    able to see how many were delivered and how many not. Also how many
    were sent per hour. I understand one email takes 2 lines in the log,
    one for from one for to.
    Also, where can I look for explanations for the above email status
    messages?
    Thank you, T

  2. Re: sendmail log question

    On Tue, 09 Sep 2008 12:40:31 -0700, Tester typed this message:

    > Hi there,
    >
    > Are there any utilities to search through a sendmail log? I am trying to
    > do it with grep and wc. I want to break down all sent messages by
    > sent/connection reset/ connection timed out/User unknown/Connection
    > refused, in the end to be able to see how many were delivered and how
    > many not. Also how many were sent per hour. I understand one email takes
    > 2 lines in the log, one for from one for to.
    > Also, where can I look for explanations for the above email status
    > messages?
    > Thank you, T


    Dude??! YahooSearch, Google, Ask.com, Cnet.com are your friends.

  3. Re: sendmail log question

    On 9 Sep, 20:40, Tester wrote:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > Are there any utilities to search through a sendmail log?
    > I am trying to do it with grep and wc.
    > I want to break down all sent messages by sent/connection reset/
    > connection timed out/User unknown/Connection refused, in the end to be
    > able to see how many were delivered and how many not. Also how many
    > were sent per hour. I understand one email takes 2 lines in the log,
    > one for from one for to.
    > Also, where can I look for explanations for the above email status
    > messages?
    > Thank you, T


    Is google broken ***again***?

    Have a look at awstats while you're waiting for it to start up again.

    C.

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