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Log file (c:\MAIL_log.txt) when sending emails from B1IF

Hi all!

I have developed a scenario to send marketing documents as pdf-attachments to emails from B1IF.

This scenario has been running for a couple of weeks now, and suddenly I discovered a file called c:\Mail_log.txt which was growing large fast!

Found out that this file contained a copy of all emails sent throug B1IF with the attachments as binary data.

Is it possible to disable the generation of this log-file somewhere? Or at least configure it to not include the attachments?

Thanks!

Best regards

Bengt Skrettingland

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2013 at 09:58 AM

    Hello Bengt,

    B1if -> Tools -> (B1iP Control Center) -> Control Center -> Maintenance -> TLog = Delete for deleting log

    B1if -> Tools -> (B1iP Control Center) -> Control Center -> Monitoring -> TLog GC Results

    B1if -> Maintenance -> Filter -> Daily deletion = checked

    B1if -> Maintenance -> Filter -> Filter -> disable the email flow

    Hope that helps

    Regards Teun

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    • Hi Teun

      Thanks for your response!

      However, I'm not sure this is quite the solution I'm looking for. My problem is that the log-file for the Send Mail atom (MAIL_log.txt) is taking up much space on the c-disk on the B1IF server because I am using the atom sending emails with pdf-attachments.

      The log file contains a copy of all mails sent through B1IF.

      I am looking for a way to disable the generation of this file, or at least configure it to not include the attachments.

      Thanks!

      Best regards

      Bengt Skrettingland

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