SmarterMail Log Analyzer

This utility is a simple log analyzer for SmarterMail log files. Since it runs locally on the server, it can return larger result sets than the log searching within SmarterMail itself.

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Source Code

Source Code is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.


We've modified this version of smartermail log analyzer to support 64bit environments - useful when dealing with large log files.
The files contained within SmarterMailLogAnalyzer-output.rar will output your search results to a log file - useful when dealing with results that are in excess of a few GB

Files within SmarterMailLogAnalyzer.rar are the modified version of this app.

Jade D (9/13/2018 at 9:12 PM)
it's possible to have source code and application of SmarterMail Log Analyzer with support of large file (64 bit I think) and with checkbox "show related sessions" ?


Manuel Righi (12/27/2018 at 5:30 AM)
Has this been upgraded to support SM 17x? I'm finding the checkbox [_] Show Related Sessions n longer works... it just dumps the entire log file. Unchecking it shows only lines that contain whatever string you're searching on.
Michael Muller (10/7/2019 at 12:55 PM)
It's possible someone has modified it, yes. However, the original application and source files are provided as-is, and we released the source so people could modify it or "fix" it as they see fit.
Derek Curtis (10/8/2019 at 9:05 AM)
Could someone update the links to use https on this page? You get security warnings for downloading over http with modern browsers.
Scott Jibben (11/5/2022 at 8:48 AM)
Hey Scott, thanks for pointing this out. Those links do already work with HTTPS so I went ahead and updated the links to use SSL. I hope that helps!
Kyle Kerst (11/7/2022 at 4:55 PM)
SmarterMail requires .Net 4.8. However, this utility runs on the server requires .Net 2 / 3.5? For the same reasons SmarterMail wants 4.8 I probably don't want to add 2/3.5 to a production server, let alone it not being officially supported. Any chance getting a current build of this tool?
Andrew Soncha Jr. (2/28/2023 at 1:50 AM)
Hi, Andrew. We don't maintain the log analyzer anymore, which is why we released its source code. Anyone can get the source and modify/update it as needed.
Derek Curtis (3/6/2023 at 3:33 PM)