NoSpamToday – SPAMLOGS missing subject fix
Over the weekend I got an e-mail from Dennis Heidner who wrote SPAMLOGS for NoSpamToday. In version 3 of NST, the log parser “spamlogs” quit outputting the subject line of messages in the parsed log output. Dennis has corrected this in an updated version which should be available soon on the byteplant contributions area on their website. I have tested the new version and found that it fixes the problem. Dennis has also added some functionality to check for AUTH Attacks. SPAMLOGS conveniently checks for AUTH attacks and outputs the number of attacks per IP at the end (last column) of the spamlogs csv output.
SPAMLOGS is a must have for parsing the NST spamassassin log file, it turns the jumbled and confusing log file output from NST/SA into a readable and useful .CSV format. Combine his software with the automation utility or scheduled task, and it makes managing the mail logs much easier.
Posted on December 3, 2007, in Products I use, Professional/Tech, Software, Technology and tagged anti-spam, e-mail, IP, LAN, man, nospamtoday, server, sing, software, spam, spamassassin, tech, useful, web, weekend. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on NoSpamToday – SPAMLOGS missing subject fix.