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 mailstats(1)							mailstats(1)




 NAME
      mailstats - print mail traffic statistics

 SYNOPSIS
      mailstats [-o] [-C cffile] [-f stfile]

 DESCRIPTION
      mailstats reads and interprets the sendmail statistics file,
      /etc/mail/sendmail.st, then prints out the mail traffic statistics.
      If /etc/mail/sendmail.st exists, sendmail collects statistics about
      your mail traffic and stores them in the statistics file.	 This file
      does not grow.

      Statistics are gathered on a per-mailer basis for each mailer defined
      in the sendmail configuration file.  Statistics are kept on the number
      of messages and the number of bytes for all inbound and outbound
      traffic.

      The mailstats utility displays the time at which statistics collection
      was started on the first line.  Then, the statistics of each mailer is
      displayed on a single line, each with the following white space
      separated fields (see the "EXAMPLES" section below):

      M			       The mailer number.

      msgsfr		       Number of messages from the mailer.

      bytes_from	       Kbytes from the mailer.

      msgsto		       Number of messages to the mailer.

      bytes_to		       Kbytes to the mailer.

      msgsrej		       Number of messages rejected.

      msgsdis		       Number of messages discarded.

      Mailer		       The name of the mailer.

      After this display, a line totaling the values for all of the mailers
      is displayed, separated from the previous information by a line
      containing only equals (``='') characters.

    Options
      The options are as follows:

      -C   Read the specified file instead of the default
	   /etc/mail/sendmail.cf file.

      -f   Read the specified statistics file instead of the statistics file
	   specified in the /etc/mail/sendmail.cf file.



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      -o   Do not display the name of the mailer in the output.

      To clear the statistics file, execute, as root:

	   cp/dev/null/etc/mail/sendmail.st

 RETURN VALUE
      The mailstats utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

 DIAGNOSTICS
      mailstats generates error messages if the statistics file is not
      accessible or if the size of the statistics file has changed.  Error
      messages are:

	   mailstats: file size changed
		Either /etc/mail/sendmail.st is zero length, meaning that no
		mail has been transferred since it was cleared out, or its
		size has changed.  Since the size of this file is supposed
		to remain constant, any change in size means that the file
		is invalid.

	   mailstats: /etc/mail/sendmail.st: No such file or directory
		The statistics file does not exist.

	   mailstats: /etc/mail/sendmail.st: Permission denied
		The statistics file's permissions are set so that you cannot
		read it.

 EXAMPLES
      Here is a typical example of mailstats output:

	   Statistics from Thu Jul 11 14:12:40 1996
	   M   msgsfr  bytes_from   msgsto    bytes_to	msgsrej msgsdis	 Mailer
	   0	    0	       0K	 3	    4K	      0	      0	 prog
	   3	    3	       4K	 0	    0K	      0	      0	 local
	   5	    2	       1K	11	   11K	      4	      0	 esmtp
	   =============================================================
	   T	   13	      13K	14	   15K	      4	      0

      This example shows that mailers 0, 3 and 5 have handled the given
      amounts of mail traffic since Thursday, Jul 11th.	 Specifically,
      sendmail has sent 11 messages containing 11 kilobytes via mailer esmtp
      (M 5), but has 4 messages rejected via mailer esmtp (M 5).

 AUTHOR
      mailstats was developed by the University of California, Berkeley.

 FILES
      /etc/mail/sendmail.st		 mail traffic statistics file
      /etc/mail/sendmail.cf		 sendmail configuration file




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 SEE ALSO
      sendmail(1M).




















































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