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    Using MRTG to graph Exim stats
    Submitted by igloo on Saturday, January 12, 2002 – 09:32
    DebianI’ve been using MRTG to graph stats from Exim for a little more than a
    year now. People have asked how to set this up, and now
    I’ve written a little HOWTO and posted it on my site, but I must first say that I didn’t write the scripts myself. If my memory is correct, they were part of MRTG on potato, in an examples section; however I can’t find them now. I feel bad that I can’t thank and give credit to the person who created them. How I set it up can be found here in my HOWTO.
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    Subject: Cricket + Exim stats?
    Author: Joy
    Date: Saturday, 2002/01/12 – 15:09
    I wonder if anyone’s got cricket set up to track exim stats?
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