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Mass Mailer using my exchange server

Posted on 2004-09-10
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I have an exchange server 2000, that I have disabled relay. However we are getting a ton of spam being sent through our server.  I think I may have a mass mailer virus in my office somewhere.  Can someone please let me know if there is a way to trace an email back to the pc that sent it?  I can not find a way in message tracking.  This way I can find out what pc is sending out the spam and using my exchange server.

Thanks in advance
Chad
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Check your smtp logs..

c:\winnt\system32\logfiles\smtpsvc1\in*.log
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the name of the file after in should be the current date.. ex: in040910.log
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a C grade?  that wasnt a bad awnser! :)
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Sorry, still new to this board.  It was the right answer, just that the log was not much help.

Sorry,
Chad
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