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Monitoring message delivery on Postfix (or Cyrus IMAP)

There's mail server based on Postfix. I need to monitor which messages are delivered to end-user? and which are not. In processing of each message I need to get some information from its attachment in XML format. How can I monitor delivery messages this way?

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I don't think there is an API to get the delivery status from postfix, you'd probably have to do log parsing. Attachment info extract could probably be done through a [fm]ilter. I suggest you ask this question on serverfault, since it is not an actual programming question. – Gryphius Nov 8 '11 at 10:56

you can verify this by by running this script:

tail -f /var/log/maillog | grep -i status

Through this command, you will see a list of all emails, which are Being sent , rejected or else.

you can see count of sent mails through this command

grep -i status /var/log/maillog | grep -i sent | wc -l

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