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> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 08:24:14AM -0500, Wietse Venema wrote:
> > In the SMTP server, this could be logged as:
> > QUEUEID: client=foo.example.com, tls=whatever
> > That line is logged whenever the Postfix SMTP server opens a mail
> > delivery transaction.
> I use a log parser that "collates" all the log entries for each
> message from arrival through final delivery. The TLS data is already
> logged in full detail. I am not convinced that compact logging is
> sufficiently detailed to be useful, and logging everything with
> each per-recipient record is I think impractical.
It could be useful to log tls=none/encrypted/verified/secure, and
thus give a general idea. People who really want to know the nuts
and bolts can parse multi-line records.