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Post by aceinc » 2004-09-05 18:13

A status type screen that would show all of the mailboxes and SMTP sessions currently active would be useful for debugging and helping users. I suppose this would require some form of COM request/property.

Additionally statistics might be nice. Perhaps a table that contains 1 record per minute (per domain?) that would have how many messages and KB sent and received. This would help in capacity requirement analysis. A front end could be written to graph these stats.

Just some pie-in-the-sky stuff for when you are tired of the nitty gritty make it work stuff.

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Post by martin » 2004-09-05 18:44

In 3.3 there's a list over pending outgoing messages. To show a list over "current pop3 connections" probably won't make any sense becausea POP3 connection lasts like 0.01 second.

About statistics, such as kb/domain/etc, there's already a feature request for this:
http://www.hmailserver.com/tracker/?do=details&id=144

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Post by aceinc » 2004-09-05 18:58

I was just thinking of the posts about locked pop accounts. If one could see a real time display of accounts logged in and what the IP address that was logged in it might help in this type of troubleshooting...

Sorry about not researching the stats request, it was a bit of an afterthought...

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Post by martin » 2004-09-05 19:41

Add it to the tracker. Not a really high priority since the locked pop3 account problem should be solved now, but anyway. :)

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