monitor outgoing smtp email

Hi,

We have a 3 webservers (all 2003) which sends out emails and we would like to track what websites the emails relate to, e.g. back to the domain in the from address (i suppose).  Does anyone know of any software which will do this?  I assume that the information is sitting in the mailroot folder somewhere.

Thanks

Adol
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RubalJCommented:
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adolphus850Author Commented:
Hi,

I did look at that but i was thinking of something a little more of an application which could put it into graphs or tables automatically as opposed to having to analyse the log file that it produces.  Something closer to the email monitoring applications that are on the market.
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RubalJCommented:
It does log the anonymous user of site to the log file. I dont think there is any other tool available which can graph and alert you on same.
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adolphus850Author Commented:
I've decided to go for awstats and possibly jwstats.

Thanks for your comments
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