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RE: How to store /var/log/maillog in sql database..?

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  • Aaron Bennett
    Look at rsyslog -- it s a syslog daemon (that you might use and not know, it s the native one in a lot of distros). It can log directly to MySQL..
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 25, 2012
      Look at rsyslog -- it's a syslog daemon (that you might use and not know, it's the native one in a lot of distros). It can log directly to MySQL..

      http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/opensource/set-up-rsyslog-to-store-syslog-messages-in-mysql/1174



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      Aaron Bennett
      Manager of Systems Administration
      Clark University ITS

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      From: owner-postfix-users@... [mailto:owner-postfix-users@...] On Behalf Of Naval saini
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      Subject: How to store /var/log/maillog in sql database..?


      I have configured postfix mail server and i use it for sending mails from my clients. when they send mails some mails are delivered, some are bounced,deferred,expire. and they report me that mails are not delevering.
      Now i want if we can store to,from address and status of mails in database and can be viewed graphically.
      Is there any way to accomplish this task.?
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