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pierre.lannoy

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Hi all !

did someone success in analyzing kms logs with awstats ? If so, please don't hesitate to give us how, when, where ...

many thanks
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Hi all !

It seems that nobody use AWStats for mail stat with KMS. So I want to reformulate my question : did someone analyze stats with third party products (ie : not with kms integrated stats module)? With which product ?

Thanks in advance...

P.Lannoy
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pierre.lannoy wrote on Mon, 06 June 2005 08:14

Hi all !

It seems that nobody use AWStats for mail stat with KMS. So I want to reformulate my question : did someone analyze stats with third party products (ie : not with kms integrated stats module)? With which product ?

Thanks in advance...

P.Lannoy


I use my kmsreport.pl perl script to generate html-based stats:

http://people.sps.lane.edu/jshaw/projects/kms/

At some point in the future, I plan to further update this with new features and probably graphs.

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jshaw541 wrote on Tue, 07 June 2005 01:21
I use my kmsreport.pl perl script to generate html-based stats:

[url

http://people.sps.lane.edu/jshaw/projects/kms/[/url]

At some point in the future, I plan to further update this with new features and probably graphs.

Thanks! I got it to work painlessly (Windows system). I will check in once in a while to check for additions/improvements. Keep it up :-)
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pierre.lannoy

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Thanks for the script. It works fine !
To complete the overview, has someone found a "packaged" solution ? Who try to use sed (or other tools) to transform kms logs in "readable" log (by awstats or others...) ?

P.Lannoy
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pierre.lannoy

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OK, OK, ...
no chance with AWStats....
In commercial products, what do you think about Mail Access Monitor (for kms) by RedLine Soft ?
Is someone using it ? How is it stable, configurable, .... ?

Thanks in advance...
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pierre.lannoy wrote on Wed, 15 June 2005 02:03

OK, OK, ...
no chance with AWStats....
In commercial products, what do you think about Mail Access Monitor (for kms) by RedLine Soft ?
Is someone using it ? How is it stable, configurable, .... ?

Thanks in advance...


Not to spread FUD, but I'd be weary of buying products like this from countries with loose computer crime laws, such as Russia. If something were to go wrong and your company's data was compromised, you'd have few options for justice.

An email log analysis program from a relatively small, unknown company would be a perfect candidate for an email address harvesting trojan. Not to say these folks do that, but just be careful and read the EULA carefully.

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pierre.lannoy

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Is nobody here use Mail Access Monitor ???

(more comments are welcome...)

P.Lannoy

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