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    Monitor who is accessing POP

    I have a Qmail server that hosts a bunch of virtual domains. I would like to be able to see who is actually logging in, through POP, and getting their email. I thought of checking the time stamp on each email but some people will keep old email for a long time, so that doesn't work. I am not sure if this is possible. If it is, can someone lead me to the docs. Thanks.

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    Re:Monitor who is accessing POP

    I think you could just check the entries in the Qmail log. It would be a simple script to parse out the relevant information from the log and save it in a new file or perhaps email it to you daily or something if it's a busy server.

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