From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2010-03-04 19:56:07 -0500
Subject: Re: Re: Re: BMX log searching
On 05/03/2010 01:39, Mike Bacher whispered from the shadows...:
> only "smtpf" lines included in the search (that is, we need to see the
> resulting message ID from the recipient mail server in some cases, which
> is only available in the sendmail lines in the maillog) -- so we end up
That is not exactly true. If you're willing into put up with extra
logging then you can have the sendmail transaction-id in a smtpf log line.
Using either verbose+=smtp (smtp session logging)
Mar 5 01:48:25 mx smtpf: m241mM279150001700 #483 route:snert.com
<< 250 2.0.0 o250mMb4030633 Message accepted for delivery
and/or verbose+=smtp-dot (response line at dot)
Mar 5 01:52:27 mx smtpf: m241qQ279150006600 #304
domain=route:127.0.0.1 << 250 2.0.0 o250qQJS014992 Message accepted for
You'll see that the sendmail transaction-id appears in the response sent
to smtpf, which in turn is logged.
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