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    Posted: 20 October 2006 at 1:27pm
Updated version posted today 12/19/2007 to work with SpamFilter 3.5.4.730
 
http://www.ServerBoss.com/SF2DB has a program to parse your SpamFilter Log Files to a database so you can add audit features and reporting features to your websites:

SF2DB can create and store the following information on each email message:
LogID - Unique Key.
SRS
- SpamFilter Server Name or reference.
RDomain
- Recipient Domain.
LDate
- Email Processing Start Date
LTime - Email Processing Start
Time
LFullDate - Email Processing Start Full Date and Time
LDOW
- Email Processing Start Day of Week
LMonth
 - Email Processing Start Month
ThreadID
- SpamFilter Thread ID
SourceIP
 - Source IP Address of Sending System
SourceHostName -
Source Host Name of Sending System
SourceCountry - Source Country of Sending System
Sender - Sender Email Address
Recipient - Recipient Email Address
SFAction -
Result of SpamFilter checks 0 = Incomplete Data, 1 = Accepted, 2 =  Rejected/Quarantined
Reason
- Reason if Rejected, see SFLRejectCodes Rejection codes table. Note SF2DB uses its own table of rejection codes that does not correspond exactly to SpamFilter's tblRejectCodes.
Message - MAPS or Primary Email Disposition Message
Queued
 - Was queued?
Delivered - Was
Delivered? (NOTE: NOT CURRENTLY SUPPORTED)
Complete
 - SF2DB processing complete?
CompletedTime
 - Full Date and Time Email Checking by SpamFilter was completed (to the point where the message was either queued or rejected/quarantined.
Keywords - Keyword or phrase that failed this email message.
SPFCheck - SPF Policy/Record if one was found.
AutoIPBlock - This message caused IP to be added to Auto Block List?
SURBLEntry -
SURBL Value that caused message to be  blocked
Virus - Virus
 that email message contained.

Current version of SF2DB supports latest version of SpamFilter ISP as of 10/20/2006.

-Matt Rainoff



Edited by pcmatt - 19 December 2007 at 12:18am
-Matt R
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