Note: Currently (Feb-May 2017) graphs are not 'working' as there is an NFS bug in the HPE storage system which prevents us from displaying these graphs.
Once HPE have a fix these graphs will start running again but we won't be able to display the missing data here.
These graphs show the rates at which certain events are occurring in the mail relay service. The stats are gathered for use by the Network Support and Development (NSD) Team and are made publically viewable for interest only.
This is not an official service and may break at any time. However, please feel free to let us know if it has broken at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A message which is accepted for onward relay.
- Measures deliveries to recipients. A single message may have more than one recipient.
- A message which is rejected at SMTP time. You can also see a breakdown of rejection types.
These graphs show the rate of messages being accepted from inside and outside the University
- A message which scores fewer than 5 SpamAssassin points.
- A message which scores 5 or more SpamAssassin points.
- A message which matches one of our ClamAV rules. There is also a breakdown of malware.
Only the most popular rejection types for each time period are graphed.
These graphs show the delivery rates for each node in the mail relay cluster.