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incoming and outgoing statistics

Posted: 19 May 2020 16:27
by TFNcap
domain monthly incoming and outgoing statistics
or set the time period yourself

maybe more
This monthly spam (X) virus (X) ....

Re: incoming and outgoing statistics

Posted: 20 May 2020 04:34
by pdwalker
This is a feature request for MailWatch (https://mailwatch.org/), not eFa.

Have you looked at the Total Messages by Date report? ( /mailscanner/rep_total_mail_by_date.php ). That's under "Search and Reports"

There are also a few other reports you can run which may give you enough of what you want.

If none of those are sufficient, perhaps you can tell me what your "ideal" report would look like?

Actually creating a new report is pretty simple, if you know php.

Re: incoming and outgoing statistics

Posted: 21 May 2020 20:05
by TFNcap
pdwalker wrote:
20 May 2020 04:34
This is a feature request for MailWatch (https://mailwatch.org/), not eFa.

Have you looked at the Total Messages by Date report? ( /mailscanner/rep_total_mail_by_date.php ). That's under "Search and Reports"

There are also a few other reports you can run which may give you enough of what you want.

If none of those are sufficient, perhaps you can tell me what your "ideal" report would look like?

Actually creating a new report is pretty simple, if you know php.
hmmmm ... but it would still be nice
(/mailscanner/rep_total_mail_by_date.php). I have 200+ domains.
It would be nice to know which domain name sent emails this month and got it.
there are total numbers here, I knew before
i think shawniverson should manage the mailwatch project :pray:

joking aside
I understand this is going into the mailwatch field.
thanks for the answer.

Re: incoming and outgoing statistics

Posted: 22 May 2020 12:23
by pdwalker
You can consider pflogsumm ( http://jimsun.linxnet.com/postfix_contrib.html ) as a short term solution.

More info here: https://adminlogs.info/2012/07/22/how-t ... mail-logs/

It actually shouldn't be a hard report to write. A simple query or 2 against the database.

One plus of pflogsumm is that it will also report on connections that postfix rejected immediately, messages that efa would have had to process. Just looking at my log, more than half the mail delivery attempts are immedately rejected by postfix alone.