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Old 26th June 2009, 14:16
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The maisl stats are counted by a procmail recipe. If you installed the server exactly as described in the perfect setup guide for ispconfig 3?
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The maisl stats are counted by a procmail recipe. If you installed the server exactly as described in the perfect setup guide for ispconfig 3?
yes, more times but ever no mailtrafficcounting.
Where is the traffic count locatet? files? database?
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Old 26th June 2009, 14:30
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Sorry, I meant it is countet by a maildrop recipe, not procmail. The mail stats are counted in the file .ispconfig_mailsize which is located in the maildir. The stats from this file are written once every night into the database.
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ispconfig_mailsize (not .ispconfig_mailsize) contained two numbers, 970 and 1961. Are this numbers read by the monitoring script?

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This is in bytes, and yes, this is the number that the script reads nightly and resets it then to 0.
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Is the trafic shown only on the next day or if the mailboxsize reaches a limit?
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As I pointed out above, the mailbox traffic is written nightly into the database and not when a Limit is reached.
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Do you mean the traffic is only shown next day because the monitor script reads it from the database and not live from ispconfig_mailsize?
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Yes, like all statistics in ispconfig. ISPConfig 3 is a multi servre system, so the interface does not have access to files on all mail servers.
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ok, the mailstat is only visible next day. That was the my problem. I installed ISPC and some services several times, in the adoption I did something wrong during the installprocess. But the only mistak I did was, that I did'nt wait long enough.
Now I used this script and I could see the mailstats
/usr/local/ispconfig/server/cron_daily.sh

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