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E2K3 SMTP Sessions

  When I am in the Exchange System Manager and open up the Default SMTP Server and look at "Current Sessions" exactly what am I looking at?
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flyingskyCommented:
well, it's exacly what it says,  "current sessions"
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jimbecherAuthor Commented:
OK. My bad. I should have asked the obvios ... what are the items listed in "Current Sessions" doing?
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flyingskyCommented:
they are listed there because they are the current sessions your exchange server has at that moment. (a session is a connection to an email outside).
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jimbecherAuthor Commented:
So when I see chefsessel-eruopa.com in the "Current Sessions" the Exchange Server is either receiving from that domain or sending to it?
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flyingskyCommented:
that usually is correct. But could also because of some other activity, like relay, or anti-spam software.
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monorail1Commented:
Outbound (sending). Generally there are 9 queues listed + any additional mailbox stores or exchange connecting servers. So, if you have 1 exchange server and 1 mail store, you would have 9 listed queues plus whatever additional is being sent out.


~ CFJ
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