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Manual Reference Pages  -  ASSPLOG (8)

NAME

assplog - ASSP log pretty-printer

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Bugs
Files

SYNOPSIS

assplog

DESCRIPTION

assplog uses tail -f to monitor the ASSP Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy log and then displays logged messages using ANSI color sequences and reformatted to a consistent layout for easy reading.

assplog works best on terminal windows of around 120 columns or wider. It also assumes a black background as whitelisted messages are displayed colored white. If you normally use a white background, use Ctrl-MiddleButton and select Enable Reverse Video.

The colors have the following meaning:

1. Messages that were delivered

White Sender was on whitelist (or was added to whitelist)
Green Message passed all checks and was delivered

2. Messages that were blocked

Cyan Message was delayed (sending MTA should retry later)
Blue Recipient unknown (failed flat list or LDAP check)
Magenta
  Message failed any of the other checks
Red Message failed Bayesian spam check

3. Administrative messages

Yellow Admin change from web interface
Grey Messages about ASSP’s operation, including messages to assp{notspam,spam,white}@ address

BUGS

Note that assplog suppresses some of the message lines from the in actual log (those that report penalty scoring and some socket level information, for example). Unknown/new log messages are not colorized. FOR A COMPLETE AND ACCURATE VIEW OF THE LOG, USE tail -f DIRECTLY ON THE LOG FILE.

FILES

/var/db/assp/maillog.txt location of ASSP log file

SEE ALSO

assp(8), tail(1)
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ASSPLOG (8) May 16, 2005

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