Differentiating local and Internet mail

Mail Server can process two kinds of email messages:
 Local - sent by the users in the local network to other local users. This kind of mail does not generate any outgoing traffic and does not use your Internet connection.
 Internet - sent by the users in the local network to remote users outside your LAN. These messages utilize your Internet connection and generate traffic recorded by your Internet Service Provider.

MailDetective will be able to differentiate the locally delivered messages and messages sent to the Internet only if your mail domains are correctly specified in the program settings (this must be done prior to importing any log files). In MailDetective, select the Datebase | Program settings, Local domains tab:



and add your company domains on this page.