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NAME

       mailgraph - daemon which produces graphs of SMTP traffic

SYNOPSIS

       mailgraph [ options ]

DESCRIPTION

       mailgraph  is  a  daemon  which  produces  mail  statistics RRDtool for
       Postfix and Sendmail. This  stats  are  stored  for  generating  daily,
       weekly,   monthly  and  yearly  graphs  of  sent/received/rejected  and
       bounced/viruses/spam mails.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Display help and exit.

       -v, --verbose
              Be verbose about what you do.

       -V, --version
              Output version information and exit.

       -c, --cat
              Cause the logfile to be only read and not monitored.

       -l, --logfile file
               Monitor logfile file instead of /var/log/syslog.

       -t, --logtype type
              Set logfile's type (default: syslog).

       -y, --year
              Start year of the log file (default: current year).

       --host=HOST
              Use only entries for HOST (regexp) in syslog.

       -d, --daemon
              Start in the background

       --daemon-pid=FILE
              Write PID to FILE instead of /var/run/mailgraph.pid.

       --daemon-rrd=DIR
              Write RRDs to DIR instead of /var/lib/mailgraph/.

       --daemon-log=FILE
              Write verbose-log to FILE instead of /var/log/mailgraph.log.

       --ignore-localhost
              Ignore mail to/from localhost (used for virus scanner).

       --ignore-host=HOST
              Ignore mail to/from HOST (used for virus scanner).

       --no-mail-rrd
              Do not update the mail rrd.

       --no-virus-rrd
              Do not update the virus rrd.

       --no-greylist-rrd
              Do not update the greylist rrd.

       --rrd-name=NAME
              Use NAME.rrd, NAME_virus.rrd and NAME_greylist.rrd for  the  rrd
              files.

       --rbl-is-spam
              Count rbl rejects as spam.

       --virbl-is-virus
              Count virbl rejects as viruses.

SEE ALSO

       rrdtool(1), RRDs(3pm)

AUTHOR

       David Schweikert <dws@ee.ethz.ch>

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