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Thread: Outgoing traffic information

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    Default Outgoing traffic information

    Hi,

    Is there any log file where I can see the outgoing traffic ?
    I need to see sender, recipient, date, if the email has an attachment, etc.

    Regards.
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    AGD

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    /var/log/zimbra.log will give you everything except whether or not it has an attachment. It will tell you the size, but you will be unable to see any other characteristics of the email.

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    In /opt/zimbra/zmstat you'll find a couple of .csv files that give you all information you need. In particular there are


    • allprocs.csv
    • convertd.csv
    • cpu.csv
    • df.csv
    • fd.csv
    • imap.csv
    • io.csv
    • io-x.csv
    • mailboxd.csv
    • mtaqueue.csv
    • mysql.csv
    • pop3.csv
    • proc.csv
    • soap.csv
    • threads.csv
    • vm.csv


    The information you need can be found in mailboxd.csv

    You may also want to have a look at Log Files - Zimbra :: Wiki
    A hyperic HQ Plugin is also available for ZCS: Zimbra - Confluence

    HTH

    Andreas

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