On Thu, May 10, 2007 at 02:46:31AM +0530, Siju George wrote: > I would like to implement a mail proxy that sits in between the LAN > and Internet and connects to mailservers on the internet on behalf of > the clients in the LAN. Sounds like a normal MTA. exim4 will do nicely here - just configure it to allow relaying from the internal IP addresses. > Also want a GUI that gives the statistics like who sent mail to whom > at what time etc. Not sure about this - perhaps packages like isoqlog an/or mailgraph will do the trick (not sure whether they play nice with exim though) > Could some one please tell me what would be the best way to implement > it. Obviously, use a standard MTA ;-) The information for the GUI presentation should all be available in the log files. Does the information presented by the GUI have to be real-time? Or is it a "report" type thing you're looking for? A report thing would probably be easier to implement - after all, all it has to do is to parse the log files... > The GUI need not be on the Same system it could be something that can > be accessed by a browser from any other system on the LAN. > > the same for a pop/imap proxy. the GUI part is required. GUI stats or GUI client? -- Karl E. Jorgensen email@example.com http://www.jorgensen.org.uk/ firstname.lastname@example.org http://karl.jorgensen.com ==== Today's fortune: Carson's Consolation: Nothing is ever a complete failure. It can always be used as a bad example.
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