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seali

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By request this version has the ability to list Server Wide violations seperately from the by domain violations.

The most recent version of the script is available here: SEALsystems.net/kerio.

There are also some other items for KMS as well.
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sedell

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I tried to download the log viewer, but I got a page of PHP code instead.

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seali

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This seems to be a feature/flaw in FireFox. It decompresses gZipped files on the fly. To download a gZipped file, simply control-click (right-click in Windows) and choose "Save Target".

[Updated on: Mon, 18 April 2005 19:45]

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sedell

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Ok. It seems the link has changed and is now a complete page.

Thanks.

Scott
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RPC_Admin

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I know I may be crazy. It sounds like a good tool, but how do I use it?
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seali

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Just copy it to a web available folder and change the top lines to reflect where the log file is. Then add your domains to the list, seperated by commas. You can also limit the number of lines in the file to process (this is useful if you have very large files and it is taking too long.)
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