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Old 03-08-2004, 05:47 PM   #1
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Thumbs up qpopper log parser

Hi, I developed a log file parser for qpopper that runs in the windows environment. i was hoping i could post the URL for someone to try the software but it looks like i's freeware. i hope to port it to linux soon.

It's in early stage and reports username, ip address, and date of pop3 logins. you can export to tab delimitted format for use in excel or MS access. has liveupdate also.
this will work for you if your log files are in the following format:
Aug 8 08:24:49 zeus qpopper[1401]: Stats: asims 0 0 0 0
Aug 8 08:24:49 zeus popper[1401]: Stats: asims 0 0 0 0

would appreciate if someone could simply test it for me. you can use linux split to get the mail log into smaller files.
thanks very much.


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