This section only applies for Dockers default logging driver (JSON).

To view the logs of all mailcow: dockerized related containers, you can use docker compose logs inside your mailcow-dockerized folder that contains your mailcow.conf. This is usually a bit much, but you could trim the output with --tail=100 to the last 100 lines per container, or add a -f to follow the live output of all your services.

To view the logs of a specific service you can use docker compose logs [options] $service_name


The available options for the command docker compose logs are:

  • --no-color: Produce monochrome output.
  • -f: Follow the log output.
  • -t: Show timestamps.
  • --tail="all": Number of lines to show from the end of the logs for each container.

Last update: 2022-08-31 14:45:46