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accounting [2013-12-06 11:38]
rspencer Fix formatting
accounting [2013-12-06 11:41] (current)
rspencer Punctuation fix.
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 __Policy:​__\\ __Policy:​__\\
-Track counters using the policy. All mail hitting this policy will be tracked in a single counter +Track counters using the policy. All mail hitting this policy will be tracked in a single counter
-<​code>​Policy:​ Default Outbound Policy</​code>​+ 
 +<​code>​ 
 +Policy: Default Outbound Policy 
 +</​code>​
  
 ==== Sender ==== ==== Sender ====
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 __Sender: IP:/​bitmask__\\ __Sender: IP:/​bitmask__\\
 Track counters using the sending IP masked with the bitmask provided. For instance if the sender'​s IP is 192.168.0.10 and the bitmask is /24 then the key in the database will be 192.168.0.0/​24 and mail coming from that entire class-c or /24 will be tracked. Track counters using the sending IP masked with the bitmask provided. For instance if the sender'​s IP is 192.168.0.10 and the bitmask is /24 then the key in the database will be 192.168.0.0/​24 and mail coming from that entire class-c or /24 will be tracked.
-(Support for IPv6 is included in r493+, v2.1.x)+(Support for IPv6 is included in r493+, v2.1.x).
  
 Specifying any IPv6 bitmask, 1-128 will apply the bitmask to the sending server'​s IP address. A sane value for this is /64. When using accounting on both IPv4 and IPv6, please ensure you use the IPv4 policy member 0.0.0.0/0 (or 0/0) and the IPv6 policy member ::/0 to distinguish between the two so you get the bitmask right. Specifying any IPv6 bitmask, 1-128 will apply the bitmask to the sending server'​s IP address. A sane value for this is /64. When using accounting on both IPv4 and IPv6, please ensure you use the IPv4 policy member 0.0.0.0/0 (or 0/0) and the IPv6 policy member ::/0 to distinguish between the two so you get the bitmask right.
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 __AccountingPeriod__\\ __AccountingPeriod__\\
-Period over which to account traffic [Day(0) , Week(1) or Month(2)]+Period over which to account traffic [Day(0) , Week(1) or Month(2)].
  
 __MessageCountLimit__\\ __MessageCountLimit__\\
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 __Verdict__\\ __Verdict__\\
-REJECT, ALLOW, HOLD, DEFER, DISCARD, FILTER or REDIRECT+REJECT, ALLOW, HOLD, DEFER, DISCARD, FILTER or REDIRECT.
  
-__Data__\\+__Data__\\.
 Text that will be sent along with verdict Text that will be sent along with verdict
  
 __LastAccounting__\\ __LastAccounting__\\
-(present ​in r348+ and v2.1.x)+(Present ​in r348+ and v2.1.x).
  
 The first policy matched will be the only one that gets used, if you have 10 policies ranging from 1 to 10 in priority and you set this to '​yes'​(1) for the 5th policy, it will not continue through the rest and add up the accounting records as it normally would do. The first policy matched will be the only one that gets used, if you have 10 policies ranging from 1 to 10 in priority and you set this to '​yes'​(1) for the 5th policy, it will not continue through the rest and add up the accounting records as it normally would do.
 +
 defaults to no(0) defaults to no(0)