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ASA5520 syslog setup

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I am trying to collect port 25 smtp traffic traversing my inside interface. I have built the following access list and applied to the inside interface. I can see the ACL taking hits, but I see nothing in my syslogs.

access-list insideTOoutside extended permit tcp 10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0 any eq smtp log notifications
access-list insideTOoutside extended permit ip any any

access-group insideTOoutside in interface inside

logging enable
logging trap notifications
logging host inside 10.1.200.32


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It seems to be setup correctly, and it should give you syslogs with code 106100.  Like this:

%ASA-5-106100: access-list inside_access_in permitted tcp inside/192.168.0.10(1328) -> outside/130.225.244.84(80) hit-cnt 1 first hit [0x386bad81, 0x0]
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Do you get other syslogs?  Have you tried to send them to terminal or buffer?
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