>I have a client that has Lotus Notes 4.51 running on a 40S, V4R1. We are
>using the Lotus Notes SMTP-MTA 1.06 to send SMTP e-mail to the Internet.
>They want to know how many e-mails they are sending and receiving in a
>given time frame.
>Is there any mechanism available to count the number of outgoing SMTP
>messages (either Lotus Notes or OS/400) and count the number of incoming
>SMTP messages (Lotus Notes only)? Is there any log, etc. that I could
>view/massage/extract data from?
>Any help is appreciated! TIA!
>David Boring

Not sure exactly what they contain, but there are 'flight recorders' that
you can activate to track things happening in SMTP.  They keep growing, and
I'm not sure if you can empty them out while they're accumulating.

And I don't know if they contain the information you need.  But there they are.

--Paul E Musselman

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