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jeffcollett

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Were can I find the logs on what user account logged in from what IP using what protocol and OS?

I know we can view this info real-time with active connections but I can not find the historical logs for this information.

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Jeff
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MarkK

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You have to enable that information in the logs. I think it would have to be the debug log, but you might check what is available in the other logs.
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You have to enable this in the debug log. As this might produce huge logs, it is not enabled by default. Tick

SMTP Server
IMAP Server
POP3 Server
HTTP Server

I don't think you would see which client OS was used, though.

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jeffcollett

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I am pulling all of these logs to my syslog server but haven't been able to decipher what IP is accessing what account. Do you guys have any suggestions on search string that can put all of this info together?

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Jeff

[Updated on: Fri, 11 November 2011 17:24]

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jeffcollett

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OK,

I spoke with Kerio support and they indicated that the logs I am looking for do not exist. I can not tie an IP to an account's authentication. This is a feature request moving forward but my next question is this.

We have this information in the active connects in real time just no way to access the historical data in the logs but this information is somewhere. Does anyone know where the active connection information is on the server?

Jeff

[Updated on: Fri, 18 November 2011 22:39]

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