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NAME

       logsumm - generate a summary of the Smail log file(s).

SYNOPSIS

       /usr/lib/smail/logsumm [-E] [-L logsumm.awk ] [-t tmpdir ] [-v]

DESCRIPTION

       Logsumm reads through a log file generated by smail(8) creates a
       summary of what it finds.

       Logsumm is called from chkerr(8) with the -Ev options.

FILES

       /etc/smail/config
                      The main Smail configuration file.  The runtime
                      configuration specifies the actual location of the log
                      file.

       /usr/lib/smail/logsumm.awk
                      This AWK program is the main part of logsumm, which is
                      itself just a wrapper shell script which sets operating
                      parameters for the AWK program and then feeds log files
                      to it.

       /usr/sbin/smail
                      The default executable used for examining the runtime
                      configuration.

       /var/log/smail/logfile
                      The default name for the transaction log file.  This can
                      be changed in the Smail config file.

       /var/log/smail/logfile.0
                      Archived version of the transaction log file.  The
                      directory /var/log/smail is always reset to be within
                      the directory where the log file currently resides, and
                      thus can be changed in the Smail config file.

       /var/mail/tmp  The default name for the temporary directory.

SEE ALSO

       awk(1), smail(5), chkerr(8), and smail(8).

BUGS

       The underlying AWK script which does the actual work will only process
       new-style (SMAIL_LOG_STYLE=2) log files.