ESATStatus - a utility to show the status of
the XWall queues and more wherever you are. Set
your warning and alert levels for each individual
queue. A quick glance at the screen and you know
what's going on.
These are the same queue levels as shown on the
blue XWall window when XWall runs as an application.
However, as with any service, XWall in service
mode displays nothing to the screen. So you really
don't see what's going on. ESATStatus will display
the XWall queue levels on your server screen,
your workstation, your home computer, laptop or
just about on anything else with the Microsoft
The Configuration Panel is activated by
clicking on the ESATStatus logo of the status
bar when in the minimized status.
Queue level squares display the colors
according to the levels you preset. A quick glance
at the screen tells you the XWall queue status.
Message and Spam counts are displayed
in different colors in accordance with the Message
History Bar shows the last 32 hours of
operation. ESATStatus displays the worst level
status of any queue or a black field for non-connection
status. The history bar is blank upon startup
and will fill over the next 32 hours if ESATStatus
Message Bar displays graphically the ratio
of spam versus good mail.
All message counts start at midnight or whenever
XWall was started. The history bar display starts
when executing ESATStatus.
On mouse-over, the labels of the different queues
and bars are displayed. Pointing the cursor over
the ESATStatus logo will bring up the configuration
If you want to use a wildcard ip
Note: Substitute 192.168.1.200 with the IP
address of the machine you run ESATStatus on.
Note to XWall 3.30+
users: You may run ESATStatus with
MRTGAllowIP= set to nothing. This will not work
in XWall 3.0. You must set it to something.
IP ranges will work.