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NAME

       exigrep - program to extract information from exim logs

SYNOPSIS

       exigrep [-l] pattern [logfile] ...

DESCRIPTION

       exigrep is a Perl script, provided in the util directory, that extracts
       from one or more log files all entries relevant to  any  message  whose
       log  entries  contain  at  least  one that matches a given pattern. The
       pattern match is case-insensitive. Thus one can search for all mail for
       a  given  user  or  a  given  host,  for  example.   If no logfiles are
       specified, standard input is assumed.

       The -l flag means ’literal’, that  is,  treat  all  characters  in  the
       pattern  as  standing  for  themselves. Otherwise the pattern must be a
       Perl regular expression. If no file names  are  given  on  the  command
       line, the standard input is read.

OPTIONS

       -l     The  -l  flag  means ’literal’, that is, treat all characters in
              the pattern as standing for themselves

SEE ALSO

       There is extensive documentation available in  /usr/share/doc/exim  and
       in the info system regarding exim.  Please be sure to have the exim-doc
       package installed.

AUTHOR

       This  manual  page  was  stitched   together   by   Christoph   Lameter
       <clameter@debian.org>,  from the original documentation coming with the
       sourcepackage for the Debian GNU/Linux system, and edited by Tim  Cutts
       <timc@chiark.greenend.org.uk>

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