Casey wrote:
Oh now that I think about it, I believe the ones I came across we on the spamdyke list...but I was just hoping someone on this list might have a working example of something they are using with QMT.


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On 10/22/11 9:35 PM, Eric Shubert wrote:
On 10/22/2011 09:28 PM, Casey wrote:
Anyone got any good scripts that show spamdyke's filtering stats? I
found a few on the list archive, but never found one that worked on my
system. I'm trying to find something I can run through cron, which will
email mail stats regarding how much mail is hitting the gateway, versus
how much is being forwarded to the inbound servers.



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Which list archive? This one or spamdyke's?
Between the two, that covers anything I'm aware of. There was one in particular that someone posted some nice results of, but never shared it that I recall.

Whatever you come across, please post it here.
I suppose those on the spamdyke list would appreciate seeing it too.

Thanks Casey.

A while back I found a script by Felix Buenemann in the Spamdyke archives. There was a problem with it that prevented it from working with Spamdyke logs in qmail format. I fixed the bug and posted it here, don't remember if I also posted it to the Spamdyke list.

Here it is again:  spamdyke-stats

Here's a script I use that generates a daily report using the above script:

I have a line in my crontab file that calls daily, looks like this:

05 00 * * * root /usr/share/qmt/scripts/ 2>&1 > /dev/null

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