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rigo

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What are you guys using to monitor the logs for usage, bandwidth, traffic, etc?

Thanks
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winkelman

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I haven't actually used it for Kerio myself (I did use it for ISS logs), but Sawmill supports the Kerio log format(s) and is a very nice analyser (I think).

http://www.sawmill.net/formats/kerio_mailserver.html
http://www.sawmill.net/formats/winroute.html

You can test is for free and even use a limited version of Sawmill for free forever!
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rigo

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Thanks for the reply, I was wondering what to use to track traffic an the spikes on bandwidth... any other suggestions, ne1
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spiggott

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I use PRTG Network Monitor to watch traffic to/from my mail server via SNMP.
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rigo

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Yea that would work well for traffic monitoring at the nic, I use MRTG and that works great.

What I was looking for is when there is a spike on the bandwidth graph, would like to identify who is using it, what email account, multiple emails or just one large file, etc.

ne1 else has a good solution for log analysis?

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spiggott

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Maybe Splunk can do this. Check it out here: www.splunk.com
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