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comment Syslog-ng prepends <[0-9]+> to my messages
No, just the config file that redhat linux provided when I did yum install syslog-ng.
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accepted Syslog-ng prepends <[0-9]+> to my messages
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asked Syslog-ng prepends <[0-9]+> to my messages
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revised Reviewboard/LDAP groups
Updated why a tool probably cannot be built.
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accepted Reseller .acct file is inaccurate
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accepted Can't reach custom C# forms application remotely
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asked Reviewboard/LDAP groups
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accepted Is there any point in running SSL and encryption for email?
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comment Is there any point in running SSL and encryption for email?
Thanks, that makes much better sense to me.
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asked Is there any point in running SSL and encryption for email?
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answered Reseller .acct file is inaccurate
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awarded  Scholar
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asked Reseller .acct file is inaccurate
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comment Interpreting exim log files after parsing
+1. Thank you for the resources.
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comment Interpreting exim log files after parsing
+1. Exactly what I was looking for.
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accepted Interpreting exim log files after parsing
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comment Interpreting exim log files after parsing
So here is my next finding. 1) I sent a message FROM the server. 2) I sent a message TO the server. Both had the same structure. The first log entry always contained the <= while the second entry contained the others =>, ==, etc. Based on the ID, why can't I just rebuild the message so the <= always is the first line? Am I misunderstanding something? Based on this experiment, I want to say order doesn't matter.
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comment Interpreting exim log files after parsing
Is there a way to rebuild the order without any additional information?