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What Exim4 log files should I check, to see if was sent / received an email correctly / incorrectly, blocked,etc.?

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What Exim4 log files should I check, to see if was sent / received an email correctly / incorrectly, blocked, etc?

What filters should be applied to these logs?

Thanks in advance
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by:gheist
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find / -name rejectlog ...
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by:VMWARE
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Gheist

Is that all you need to know?
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files are named maillog and rejectlog or mail_log and reject_log

since you keep system name to yourself i cannot guess more.
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not enought info...
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