MD-MRTG Version 1.10

MD-MRTG Version 1.10
Copyright 2006 by Dave Koontz

Here is the newest version of MD-MRTG designed to work with the new Counter Systems in MDaemon v9.0 and higher. It is important to note that this version will not work with previous versions of MDaemon.

1.10 February 1st, 2006
– *** This version will NOT work on versions of MDaemon prior to 9.0 ***
– MDaemon 9.0 & Higher Support (Beta 9.00i and up)
– Code changed to reflect new MDaemon GUICounts.dat file (stat location)
– MultiPop messages are now relfected in SMTP-IN counts
– Junk Percentage Stats no longer include emails in Bad Message Que
– Junk Percentage stats more accurate (thanks
– VB Script Code Reformatted and conventions more consistent between scripts

CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 MD-MRTG Version 1.10 by Dave Warren ( is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

9 Replies to “MD-MRTG Version 1.10”

  1. My apologies, it appears I had a bug in one of my web server rewrite rules that was preventing downloads of certain plug-ins.

    The bug has been resolved, please retry downloading now?

  2. I’m trying to get the MD-MRTG to work. I have followed the how-to-install but without result.
    All the folders are in the correct dirs and I use automate6 to run de .bat script every 5 minutes.
    Problem is that no data is written to the stats dir. Should I enable something with Mdaemon also?
    I have Mdaemon installed directly under c:\, you help is much appreciated.

  3. Problem solved, was some missing directory path in Automate6. Great stuff now it works :)

  4. Is there a way to integrate your plugin in nagios ans/or centreon ?
    There is a check_mrtg perl script in nagios.
    Just a question…

  5. Is it possible to combine the stats data of multiple MDaemon servers so that you can see the total amounts?

  6. Is this plugin no longer maintained or available for download?

  7. It has not been updated in many years, and I lost access to the original site. I don’t believe it is still compatible with current releases of MDaemon, but MDaemon’s own reporting has improved over the years too.

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