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  • Ismail YENIGUL
    Hi We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while. The main goal of Isoqlog is calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server generates . So, sticking to
    Message 1 of 10 , Sep 23, 2003
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      Hi

      We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
      The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
      generates".

      So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests?
      The mail address is bug-report@...

      You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.

      Things we've already thought:
      1. old days' log files processing
      2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple receiver
      3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug
      4. user can choose separate output directory for each domain
      5. display common errors (qmail-smtpd logs too)
      6. fix current bugs :)

      best regards


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    • Andreas Rust
      ... I suppose most people here are fine, whenever isoqlog really calcs all available data. There were some notes on this list, that some stuff is not counted.
      Message 2 of 10 , Sep 23, 2003
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        At 17:03 23.09.2003, you wrote:

        >Hi
        >
        >We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
        >The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
        >generates".

        I suppose most people here are fine, whenever isoqlog really calcs all
        available
        data. There were some notes on this list, that some stuff is not counted.
        Is that
        fixed on 2.2 ? (Can't remember, but was for incoming mails, afaik.)

        l8r


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      • Ismail YENIGUL
        hi yes we are planning to fix this in isoqlog 2.2 ... -- Ismail YENIGUL http://www.EnderUNIX.org GPG Key: http://yenigul.net/ismail.gpg The more ridiculous a
        Message 3 of 10 , Sep 23, 2003
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          hi
          yes
          we are planning to fix this in isoqlog 2.2
          On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 05:37:55PM +0200, Andreas Rust wrote:
          > At 17:03 23.09.2003, you wrote:
          >
          > >Hi
          > >
          > >We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
          > >The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
          > >generates".
          >
          > I suppose most people here are fine, whenever isoqlog really calcs all
          > available
          > data. There were some notes on this list, that some stuff is not counted.
          > Is that
          > fixed on 2.2 ? (Can't remember, but was for incoming mails, afaik.)
          >
          > l8r
          >
          >
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            >hi
            >yes
            >we are planning to fix this in isoqlog 2.2
            >On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 05:37:55PM +0200, Andreas Rust wrote:
            >> At 17:03 23.09.2003, you wrote:
            >>
            >> >Hi
            >> >
            >> >We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
            >> >The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
            >> >generates".
            >>
            >> I suppose most people here are fine, whenever isoqlog really calcs all
            >> available
            >> data. There were some notes on this list, that some stuff is not counted.
            >> Is that
            >> fixed on 2.2 ? (Can't remember, but was for incoming mails, afaik.)
            >>
            >> l8r
            >>
            >>
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            >> rust@... - www.webnova.de
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              >At 17:03 23.09.2003, you wrote:

              >>Hi
              >>
              >>We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
              >>The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
              >>generates".

              >I suppose most people here are fine, whenever isoqlog really calcs all
              >available
              >data. There were some notes on this list, that some stuff is not counted.
              >Is that
              >fixed on 2.2 ? (Can't remember, but was for incoming mails, afaik.)

              >l8r


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            • Linux-Guru
              Hi Ismail, I reported another bug about half a year ago, but I am not really sure, if it s a bug or a feature... :-) After a certain amount of domainnames to
              Message 6 of 10 , Sep 25, 2003
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                Hi Ismail,

                I reported another bug about half a year ago, but I am not really sure,
                if it's a bug or a feature... :-)
                After a certain amount of domainnames to gernerate reports for (if I
                remember correctly, it was something about 2000) isoqlog doesn't process
                the rest of domainnames given in the config.
                I think, especially for ISPs (like us) it would be worth to fix.
                If you need more detailed information, don't hesitate to ask me.

                Greetings

                Tobias


                Am Die, 2003-09-23 um 17.03 schrieb Ismail YENIGUL:
                > Hi
                >
                > We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
                > The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
                > generates".
                >
                > So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests?
                > The mail address is bug-report@...
                >
                > You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.
                >
                > Things we've already thought:
                > 1. old days' log files processing
                > 2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple receiver
                > 3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug
                > 4. user can choose separate output directory for each domain
                > 5. display common errors (qmail-smtpd logs too)
                > 6. fix current bugs :)
                >
                > best regards
              • Felipe Moreno
                I would like to know if ISOQLOG still don t reporting the size of incoming emails when using QMAIL. Any update?! ... De: Linux-Guru
                Message 7 of 10 , Sep 25, 2003
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                  I would like to know if ISOQLOG still don't reporting the size of
                  incoming emails when using QMAIL.
                  Any update?!

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                  De: Linux-Guru [mailto:linux-guru@...]
                  Enviada em: quinta-feira, 25 de setembro de 2003 12:57
                  Para: isoqlog@yahoogroups.com
                  Assunto: Re: [isoqlog] isoqlog 2.2 feature request


                  Hi Ismail,

                  I reported another bug about half a year ago, but I am not really sure,
                  if it's a bug or a feature... :-) After a certain amount of domainnames
                  to gernerate reports for (if I remember correctly, it was something
                  about 2000) isoqlog doesn't process the rest of domainnames given in the
                  config. I think, especially for ISPs (like us) it would be worth to fix.
                  If you need more detailed information, don't hesitate to ask me.

                  Greetings

                  Tobias


                  Am Die, 2003-09-23 um 17.03 schrieb Ismail YENIGUL:
                  > Hi
                  >
                  > We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
                  > The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail
                  > server
                  > generates".
                  >
                  > So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests? The
                  > mail address is bug-report@...
                  >
                  > You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.
                  >
                  > Things we've already thought:
                  > 1. old days' log files processing
                  > 2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple
                  > receiver 3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug 4. user can choose
                  > separate output directory for each domain 5. display common errors
                  > (qmail-smtpd logs too) 6. fix current bugs :)
                  >
                  > best regards



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                    >Hi

                    >We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
                    >The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
                    >generates".

                    >So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests?
                    >The mail address is bug-report@...

                    >You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.

                    >Things we've already thought:
                    >1. old days' log files processing
                    >2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple receiver
                    >3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug
                    >4. user can choose separate output directory for each domain
                    >5. display common errors (qmail-smtpd logs too)
                    >6. fix current bugs :)

                    >best regards


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                      >Hi Ismail,

                      >I reported another bug about half a year ago, but I am not really sure,
                      >if it's a bug or a feature... :-)
                      >After a certain amount of domainnames to gernerate reports for (if I
                      >remember correctly, it was something about 2000) isoqlog doesn't process
                      >the rest of domainnames given in the config.
                      >I think, especially for ISPs (like us) it would be worth to fix.
                      >If you need more detailed information, don't hesitate to ask me.

                      >Greetings

                      >Tobias
                      >

                      >Am Die, 2003-09-23 um 17.03 schrieb Ismail YENIGUL:
                      >> Hi
                      >>
                      >> We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
                      >> The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail server
                      >> generates".
                      >>
                      >> So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests?
                      >> The mail address is bug-report@...
                      >>
                      >> You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.
                      >>
                      >> Things we've already thought:
                      >> 1. old days' log files processing
                      >> 2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple receiver
                      >> 3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug
                      >> 4. user can choose separate output directory for each domain
                      >> 5. display common errors (qmail-smtpd logs too)
                      >> 6. fix current bugs :)
                      >>
                      >> best regards



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                        >I would like to know if ISOQLOG still don't reporting the size of
                        >incoming emails when using QMAIL.
                        >Any update?!

                        >-----Mensagem original-----
                        >De: Linux-Guru [mailto:linux-guru@...]
                        >Enviada em: quinta-feira, 25 de setembro de 2003 12:57
                        >Para: isoqlog@yahoogroups.com
                        >Assunto: Re: [isoqlog] isoqlog 2.2 feature request


                        >Hi Ismail,

                        >I reported another bug about half a year ago, but I am not really sure,
                        >if it's a bug or a feature... :-) After a certain amount of domainnames
                        >to gernerate reports for (if I remember correctly, it was something
                        >about 2000) isoqlog doesn't process the rest of domainnames given in the
                        >config. I think, especially for ISPs (like us) it would be worth to fix.
                        >If you need more detailed information, don't hesitate to ask me.

                        >Greetings

                        >Tobias
                        >

                        >Am Die, 2003-09-23 um 17.03 schrieb Ismail YENIGUL:
                        >> Hi
                        >>
                        >> We are thinking of releasing isoqlog 2.2 in a while.
                        >> The main goal of Isoqlog is "calculating exact bandwidth that a mail
                        >> server
                        >> generates".
                        >>
                        >> So, sticking to the main goal, can you send new feature requests? The
                        >> mail address is bug-report@...
                        >>
                        >> You can use "Isoqlog 2.2 feature request" as an interesting subject.
                        >>
                        >> Things we've already thought:
                        >> 1. old days' log files processing
                        >> 2. calculating all bytes that sent from one sender to multiple
                        >> receiver 3. fixing postfix virtual domain bug 4. user can choose
                        >> separate output directory for each domain 5. display common errors
                        >> (qmail-smtpd logs too) 6. fix current bugs :)
                        >>
                        >> best regards



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