Two-Find-And-Format Logfile Summary Tool

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Trying to find some abuse of our email system we wanted to get a quick list with date, time, sender and recipient of mail to internet.

In the GWIA log-files this information is on separate lines. And if you get information of multiple day's, you also need part of the filename.

So I wrote this (configurable) tool. It uses a tfaf.ini file (example in the ZIP file) and commandline parameters.

To get information of all your GWIA logfiles, you can use:

for %I in (????GWIA.*) do TFAF /sf=%I /rf=result.txt

Information on use of the program is given starting the program without parameters.

Questions, suggestions, whishes: tfaf@switact.nl

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  • How about making it so that it will return all senders and all recipients in a nicer format than the gwia logs use?
    Also it probably wouldn't take much to throw a gui on this so you could type your receipient and sender into edit boxes and have it display the results in a grid component! I see loads of potential here!
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  • How about making it so that it will return all senders and all recipients in a nicer format than the gwia logs use?
    Also it probably wouldn't take much to throw a gui on this so you could type your receipient and sender into edit boxes and have it display the results in a grid component! I see loads of potential here!
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