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Old 04-09-2004, 11:33 AM   #1
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Question SMTP logging without including the body of the message

I am currently running a Linux mail server using qmail, spamassassin, and clam av. I am try to find a way to log all smtp traffic. I tried adding Recordio to the init.smtpd file that runs qmail-smtpd and it does record all of the traffic. Unfortuately it records everything including the body of the message. Is there a way that I can modify this to only record the communication portions, but not the message itself or is there another way to record the smtp communication other than Recordio? Thanks, jspencereds


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