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I keep getting email SMTP traffic backed up on my backend server for my frontend server with the subject of "status". The email is titled "sever2"-IS@"mydomain".com to "server1"-IS@"mydomain".com

anyone know how to revolve this? I have deleted the email in the past and nothing has broken.  
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by:gupnit
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Hi,
Can you please elaborate and also give me a scrreenshot to help.
Thanks
Nitin
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by:SHRTech
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Here is the screen shot
pic.doc
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by:gupnit
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Hi,
Please goto ESM --> Tools -> Message Tracking and Search for these Mails and send me sccreenshot of output. This is bizzare.
I would attribute this to, but too early to be sure:
  • Some Malware on some PC/Server causing mails to be generated
  • Some Application that you may have installed generating these
  • Search for the email Address in your Exchange ORG and see if you get something
Cheers
Nitin
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by:SHRTech
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Ok it seems public folder stores are sending replications. Can I just take public folders off the frontend since nothing is there?
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by:gupnit
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Well, this is ridiculous, I point you to the solution and you say you found it
Nitin
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by:SHRTech
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Mitin

U never said anything about dismounting the front end public store. so don't play that game
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Well, you can ask the Moderators to remove the points. It was not about the points, it was about the way of reacting, that I found ridiculous!!!
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