Q

How can I figure out the amount of mails sent and received?

I have been asked by my CIO to find out how many mails where sent and received by our Domino server. I have looked in the StatRep.nsfMail&Discussion. There is a line item in the mail&database report where it shows me mails routed, mails delivered. How do I figure out the amount of mails sent and received?
It is an inexact science, especially in a multi-server environment. First, many stats aren't kept in Statrep.nsf. You need to issue an "show stat mail" on the Domino console. How long your server has been up will determine how much information you get. On a mail server, NRPC transferred are messages sent from your server to another via Notes. If you have a central SMTP server, then the SMTP transferred value for that server is the number of inbound SMTP messages. If you have a central SMTP server, then SMTP routed is the number of outbound Internet messages. Those are a few stats you can use.

Dig Deeper on Domino Resources

MS Exchange Transport errors Since April 3, I've been getting the following MS ExchangeTransport Event ID 7010 error in the application log of our Exchange 2k3 server with Exchange 2k3. I can't seem to resolve the problem.

This is an SMTP protocol log for virtual server ID 1, connection #1640. The client at "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx." sent a "xexch50" command, and the SMTP server responded with "504 Need to authenticate first." The full command sent was "xexch50 2256 2". This will probably cause the connection to fail.

I've looked at the MS link, and have tried everything suggested; including setting the NIC manually rather than automatically. All the patches are up to date, and mail seems to be working fine. However I cannot use the cmdprmt telnet test even within the LAN. The only machine it works from is the server itself. The number of servers trying to connect is limited that I seem to get the error on. It's making me nervous though. This is an SMTP protocol log for virtual server ID 1, connection #1503. The client at "201.1.124.60" sent a "rcpt" command, and the SMTP server responded with "550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for echo@chuansheng.com." The full command sent was "rcpt TO: echo@chuansheng.com." This will probably cause the connection to fail. I interpret this as an attempt to relay mail thru our server. The SMTP log seems to indicate that the connection simply drops. I've tried to simply get rid of the error by turning the MSExhangeTransport logging level to minimum but I 'm still getting them.

Have a question for an expert?

Please add a title for your question

Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.

You will be able to add details on the next page.

Start the conversation

Send me notifications when other members comment.

Please create a username to comment.

-ADS BY GOOGLE

SearchWindowsServer

Search400

  • iSeries tutorials

    Search400.com's tutorials provide in-depth information on the iSeries. Our iSeries tutorials address areas you need to know about...

  • V6R1 upgrade planning checklist

    When upgrading to V6R1, make sure your software will be supported, your programs will function and the correct PTFs have been ...

  • Connecting multiple iSeries systems through DDM

    Working with databases over multiple iSeries systems can be simple when remotely connecting logical partitions with distributed ...

SearchDataCenter

SearchContentManagement

Close