Logging number of pop3's email retrieved during a connection - was (IMAP/POP traffic accounting)
eddy.beliveau at hec.ca
Fri Nov 21 14:12:42 EST 2008
I sent this email last week but didn't received any replies.
So, I would like to spin it again... Maybe my title was obscure. ;-)
I would like to log some statistics when any user retrieves their pop3's
... pop3: login: address [ip] user plaintext User logged in
It would be nice to also get the number of messages retrieved (and total
size if available)
Can someone help ?
-------- Message original --------
Sujet : Re: IMAP/POP traffic accounting
De : Eddy Beliveau <eddy.beliveau at hec.ca>
Pour : Mirosław Jaworski <mjaw at ikp.pl>
Copie à : info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
Date : 2008-11-13 11:51
> By browsing archives, I find this current thread.
> We are using cyrus-imapd 2.2.13 and it works well :-)
> I would also like to add statistics to pop3d.c
> Can you please provide the patch that was used to get this:
> Nov 30 16:27:31 mail1 pop3: stats: t63877a 8 663454 0 0
> It would be valuable to our helpdesk staff.
> Many thanks,
> Have a nice day
> -------- Message original --------
> Sujet : Re: IMAP/POP traffic accounting
> De : Mirosław Jaworski <mjaw at ikp.pl>
> Pour : Anthony Tibbs <anthony-list at tibbs.ca>
> Copie à : info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
> Date : 2006-11-30 10:35
>> On Wed, 2006-11-29 at 13:23 -0500, Anthony Tibbs wrote:
>>> I believe there was some mention of this in the past, but I'm wondering
>>> whether there are any known efforts to implement network traffic accounting
>>> in the later versions of Cyrus, or if this is still something that hasn't
>>> been dealt with. I am pondering possibly tackling this, but I'm not really
>>> familiar with the Cyrus code and would rather not reinvent the wheel if it's
>>> already in the works.
>> Well, 'effort' is definitely too big word for the hack we use.
>> Our support was used to some old popper log format, so we have made
>> hack resulting in such lines:
>> User who (downloaded and) deleted 8 messages, 663454 bytes total.
>> Nov 30 16:27:16 mail1 pop3: login: [220.127.116.11] t63877a
>> plaintext User logged in
>> Nov 30 16:27:31 mail1 pop3: stats: t63877a 8 663454 0 0
>> User who didn't (downloaded and) deleted any messages; has 35 messages
>> in his INBOX, 10785042 bytes total:
>> Nov 30 16:18:59 mail1 pop3: login: [18.104.22.168] po30533
>> plaintext User logged in
>> Nov 30 16:19:00 mail1 pop3: stats: po30533 0 0 35 10785042
>> While it makes sense to have such logs from pop3 daemon doing simple
>> operations on only one folder it has none when it comes to IMAP.
>> What log can i possibly create after user connects to imap, applies
>> his rules to an INBOX ( moving most of the messages to various folders,
>> ie. marking them for deletion, not deleting them )? What when he reads
>> some messages without deleting them?
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