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Document ID:4581
Subject:Xeams Reports - Reporting capabilities in the email server
Creation date:12/14/15 4:35 PM
Last modified on:12/14/15 4:35 PM


Reports


Several reports are available in Xeams that provide a wide variety of information to system administrators. Following table lists some of these reports.
  • Daily Report - This report displays the number of emails (Good, Junk and Possible junk) for a day. It plots an hourly activity since midnight. The graphical report is followed by textual data showing you the exact count of emails received in each hour.




  • Weekly Report - This is similar to the daily report but displays data for the past 7 days. The following graph shows the number of emails received on March 14 was little over 10,000 and most of them were junk.




  • Monthly Report - Another similar report containing data for a month. However, this report allows you to change the month allowing administrators to view past history.




  • Yearly Report - Yet another report showing data for one year. Similar to Monthly report, this report allows you to change the year for which you want to display data.
  • Activity by IP Address - This displays a summary of IP Address that sent junk messages to your server. This is not a graphical report. Additionally, this report allows administrators to black-list an IP address by just one click.



User comments

Posted by Joe Looney on 8/27/14 7:11 PM

I agree that a report based on domains or even email addresses is an option that would be useful to have. Especially for outbound emails.

Posted by Babu Ramakrishnan on 10/16/16 2:01 AM

All Reports Xeams are very good. But how to convert these reports to .pdf or .doc formats. Please reply.

Posted by andrew rowley on 6/22/15 6:39 AM

Totally agree - would be great to have a report showing usage by user - inbound and outbound.

Posted by Elton Rattan on 5/3/13 12:07 PM

It would be great to see a report based on domains. I have multiple domains being routed through the filter and I would like to see which domain has the most spam coming through it.


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