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Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 15:05:37 +0200
From: (Fa. TimiCom)
Subject: Re: Scanlogd message with smbclient?

To Jarno:
now I just need to know how the message is sent automatically when an alert is
stored in alert.log .

To Michael:
O.k., I think I've got it, thanx. Is there a way to dynamically update the data
when a change occurs (e.g a scan occurs) ?


Jarno Huuskonen schrieb:

> On Mon, Oct 07, Fa. TimiCom wrote:
> > O.k., in case there wouldn't be any other can I manage it.
> > (I've a small network, it's just for informational use)
> > And how can I get the output in html, as Michael mentioned, is there a
> > proggie/plugin?
> Samba includes a client program smbclient that can be used for sending
> messages. From smbclient man:
> " One useful trick is to cat the message through smbĀ­
>   client.  For example:
>   cat mymessage.txt | smbclient -M FRED
>   will  send the message in the file mymessage.txt to
>   the machine FRED."
> -Jarno
> --
> Jarno Huuskonen Jarno.Huuskonen atsign

> Michael Tokarev schrieb:
>There is no need to use html - plain text is sufficient.  Not all on www
>is html.

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