Thanks for the reply. I think you are correct that the audit.log is the place to check. When I do a quick
I get a nice list of all of the times the ZCO connectors checked in with a CheckLicense command like this:
cat /opt/zimbra/log/audit.log.* | grep mapi
I can parse the many entries down to 10 unique users. So I think I can safely assume I am quite under my 25 licenses.
2011-08-22 07:45:24,086 INFO [btpool0-671://mail.mydomain.com/service/soap/CheckLicenseRequest] [firstname.lastname@example.org;mid=27;ip=192.168.0.176;ua=ZimbraConnectorForOutlook/6.0.6089.9;] security - cmd=CheckLicense; acctId=cef7663b-324c-4b2f-b1c4-4950ef336b90; feature=mapi;
My only reservation is that this is a list of active ZCO users, and I have no confidence that it would reflect how many licenses have been used between active ZCO users and inactive ZCO users (maybe users who switched back to imap), and whether unused licenses are put back into the pool of available ZCO licenses.