Hi too all! It would be greate if we have in Dashboard Mail app that contains inbound and outbound mail addresses send by each person from U company , and when person says that he does not receive mail U could show ya Boss that mail comes in
no need for that… just take a look at maillog file via log viewer or via CLI
when u have a lot of mails , u could not check all log file , so it would be help full to make some mail log for logging mail attempts!
I think we’ll hit some privacy laws showing mail conversations, but if the page is visible only to the system administrator it may allowed.
I don’t know if it’s easy, but we could show the day and hour of the last sent/received email.
Another option is to use the search box looking for the email address who says he/she didn’t receive the email.
What LAW i break , but for me it is very suitable to view !
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I talk about this feature , i could grep logs as well but u need to login by SSH and if U are in Vacation or have only Cell phone , what would u DO ? i was in such despair situation
you connect to UI with your cell
there is no vacation if you are a sysadm
we should build convenient WEB UI for Your self ! i could give just an example https://bitbucket.org/zhb/iredapd/src
That’s really interesting! I love it, is there any project which already do it basing on postfix log? Or do we have to develop it from scratch?
But I think it must develop from scratch.
What I know is we need something like this.
Its very hard to find something in log files!
You can simply query the maillog files using the Log Viewer page.
Ehm actually you’re right, they look very different to the non-expert
I can find what I want to find, but …
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Can we improve it on 7? I think it’s a huge idea and can make NethServer really easy to administrate.
I can open a new issue, Is It worth a bounty?
I found something interesting regarding this subject:
I think NS uses rsyslog (if I’m not wrong), so the first step is done!