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Guide to read postfix mailflow

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Hello,
someone can explain how to read the logs of sending and receiving mail postfix?

thank you very much
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Look at this link http://en.redinskala.com/postfix-maillog-interpretation/. It seems to be quite complete and includes some concrete samples how to read/interpret the log.
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