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assplog(8)			     ASSP			    assplog(8)

NAME
       assplog - ASSP log pretty-printer

SYNOPSIS
       assplog

DESCRIPTION
       assplog	uses  tail -f to monitor the ASSP Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy log and
       then displays logged messages using ANSI	color sequences	and  reformat-
       ted to a	consistent layout for easy reading.

       assplog	works best on terminal windows of around 120 columns or	wider.
       It also assumes a black background as  whitelisted  messages  are  dis-
       played  colored	white.	 If  you  normally use a white background, use
       Ctrl-MiddleButton and select Enable Reverse Video.

       The colors have the following meaning:

       1. Messages that	were delivered

	      White  Sender was	on whitelist (or was added to whitelist)

	      Green  Message passed all	checks and was delivered

       2. Messages that	were blocked

	      Cyan   Message was delayed (sending MTA should retry later)

	      Blue   Recipient unknown (failed flat list or LDAP check)

	      Magenta
		     Message failed any	of the other checks

	      Red    Message failed Bayesian spam check

       3. Administrative messages

	      Yellow Admin change from web interface

	      Grey   Messages about ASSP's operation,  including  messages  to
		     assp{notspam,spam,white}@ address

BUGS
       Note  that assplog suppresses some of the message lines from the	in ac-
       tual log	(those that report penalty scoring and some socket  level  in-
       formation,  for	example).  Unknown/new log messages are	not colorized.
       FOR A COMPLETE AND ACCURATE VIEW	OF THE LOG, USE	tail  -f  DIRECTLY  ON
       THE LOG FILE.

FILES
       /var/db/assp/maillog.txt
	      location of ASSP log file

SEE ALSO
       assp(8),	tail(1)

				 May 16, 2005			    assplog(8)

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