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    Posted: 18 July 2010 at 1:22am
Howdy,
 
I was looking at the SF2DB addin that somone wrote a few years ago. My hope was that I could throw the logs into a db, and then generate reports based on the logs.
 
Any other options out there to do this? We have 1 SpamFilter server right now, but hope to be adding 2-3 more in the future assuming I can find a reporting solution that is economical. We already have a MSSQL implimention and was hoping to use that.
 
Any pointers? Thanks! Or does anyone have DEMO key for SF2DB? I emailed the contact, no response.
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You might want to check out sawmill, it can process spamfilter logs.

I did not find the default processing engine to be to my liking, but sawmill is sorta like a language and you can configure it more to your desires.
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SF2DB has been updated.  Parses hourly or daily log files, combining the many lines related to a single email processed by SpamFilter into one database row!  Both 32-bit and 64-bit log parsing engines available:
30 day free demo package:


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