The topic is overly broad and not many details.
It mentions Event Correlation, but doesn't mention open source option - sec (Simple Event Correlator) at http://kodu.neti.ee/~risto/sec/
Where I work,
Nagios, snmptrapd, sec, perl, mysql, sendmail, procmail, paging and all those other open source tools have managed to create a wonderful environment which we're going to scale via management tools.
Our parent company constantly talks of 6-18 months for implementing anything, which when implemented still doesn't cover simple polling, service verifications, and is almost all trap based event correlation. Good for somethings, but mail servers and proxy servers don't send out traps when misconfigured and the customer is impacted.
I would just like to say that people shouldn't assume that a commercial product is going to do any better than OSS in the right hands. That isn't to say that a commercial product in the right hands wouldn't be able to do it all, but you'd have to hope there is a budget for it.
> Is it possible to change the sender
> field in pine? I always get
> username@localhost, whereas I want my
> real address there. Stupid error...
> // Simon
Yes, there are several good resources available on the web. Do a
simple deja news search, or a google search. Don't ask the question
without wearing asbestos underwear on comp.mail.pine. Some of
the *Regulars* there tend to get upset when the question is asked.