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Can someone please show me where I can find a list of spanning-tree syslog messages for different platforms e.g 3700, 6500, 4500 etc. %SPANTREE-????

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I don't think that I've ever seen a document that lists every syslog message before.

But here a 6500 document. Spanning Tree starts on page 2-165
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Googling:
cisco switch system messages site:cisco.com

Will net you most of the doc links.  They're separated up into IOS version and/or modules (6500).  These guides have all the messages in them, but the table of contents on them lists sections including the spanning tree stuff.

Here are some that were off the list Google returned...
4500
3750, 3560, 3550, 3975, 2970, 2960, 2960-S
6500

These are the system log messages that are displayed in the local log.  The syslog version may have some different lead in (date time/source system name) formatting, but the remainder of the message should be in the forms listed in the guides linked above.
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gt284

That's great mate.
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