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view relayers - cpanel user and smtp

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by sorcier, Nov 5, 2005.

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  1. sorcier

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    WHM has the option: view relayers

    Previously all sending through smtp appeared with the real user (user1, user2... ). Now all the sending through smtp (tcp 25) appear with the user "cpanel". This is correct? It affects to the bandwidth measurements of each user?

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    Top Email Relayers
    
    Below are list of users who have relayed mail. They are listed in the order by
    number of messages sent. You can click on the user/domain to view who 
    they sent the messages to. 
    
    User 	    	Domain 			Messages Sent 	Total Bytes Sent
    cpanel 						84 		96448516
    conxxx	        conxxxx.com 			7		11157
    freshxxx	freshxxxx.com 	   		7		16954
    elaxxx 		ela.xxx 			5	 	3773
    root 						5 		50689
    fiduxxxxc 	fiduxxxx.com 			3		8063
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    These 84 (more less) emails are greater to megabayte and are of a single user "elaxxx" but they are seen like sended by cpanel and not like sended by "elaxxx".

    The other 5 messages of "elaxxx" are through webmail (phpsuexec).

    This is correct? It affects to the bandwidth measurements of each user?

    I have the impression that bandwidth used by mail is not being measured correctly.

    This bandwidth is not reflected in the option: View Bandwidth Usage



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    #1 sorcier, Nov 5, 2005
    Last edited: Nov 5, 2005
  2. ThunderHostingDotCom

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    Does anyone know how we fix this or change it back to the way it was?
     
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    To the OP, do not cross-post it is considered rude.
     
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