[ctw] Re: How does ASSP email interface "assp-black" work

Unless you use terminal and grep through all /var/log/assp you have to seach by 
file (eg day)

On Feb 24, 2012, at 10:17 AM, John Allen wrote:

> Thanks Tom, your suggestion was right. It was a permissions issue.
> 
> Can I ask another newbie question?
> 
> I was wondering how to search the logs back more than a day.
> 
> Using the ASSP web interface, it seems to search the last 24 hours (even 
> though I have it set to search in "all log files")
> 
> I see I can use Console to go to /var/log/assp and click on each days 
> assp.log.X.gz file... But there as well, I'm not sure how to search through 
> all of them.
> 
> Thanks!
> John
> 
> 
> On Feb 23, 2012, at 5:15 PM, TR Shaw wrote:
> 
>> Make sure the permissions are all set on the files to write.
>> 
>> On Feb 23, 2012, at 3:54 PM, John Allen wrote:
>> 
>>> Beginner ASSP v1.8.5.3 question on how ASSP works.
>>> 
>>> I figured out how to use the ASSP to whitelist an email address by sending 
>>> an email to: add-to-whitelist@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> 
>>> And it adds it to the whitelist.  Is there a way to view the ASSP whitelist 
>>> besides the ASSP Web interface?
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Anyway, my main question is... It looks like there is a feature where an 
>>> ASSP admin (and maybe users too?) can use the interface to submit an email 
>>> to be blacklisted by emailing:   assp-black@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> 
>>> I gave it a try and got an email that says:
>>> 
>>> pcworld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx: added to blackListedDomains addresses
>>> 
>>> 
>>> But is ASSP supposed to actually add the email address or domain 
>>> (pcworld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx) to the ASSP file located at:  
>>> file:files/blackdomains.txt  ?
>>> 
>>> It doesn't seem to for me and I'm not sure if it is even supposed to.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> And I have the same question on forwarding a spam email to:  
>>> report-spam@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> 
>>> I can forward an spam to report-spam@xxxxxxxxxx and get a message back 
>>> saying "Thank you for reporting."
>>> 
>>> But is there somewhere in ASSP I can see what ASSP did with the forwarded 
>>> spam email and it's address? Did it add it to it's list of known spammer 
>>> email addresses?
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