There is a tool on the Support Portal that emulates the AsyncOS's findevent command. The tool was written in Python which should work on your Linux system, assuming that Python is available on it.
Find Event Tool
This is the core code to the CLI findevent command which will dump log information based on MID or regular expression searches on "To", "From" and "Subject". The help command description for findevent is "Find events in mail log files".
1. Log onto the support portal (http://www.ironport.com/support/login.html). 2. After you log in, click on "Appliance Documentation > Tools" on the left side and go down near the bottom of the page.
Has anyone of you done some porting to a syslog based log storage?
We use syslogNG to collect the output of our C series on a Linux system and I would love to have findevent operational on the centralized log server. At the moment that's not possible because the trailing columns you have with syslog are not accepted by the Python script...
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