Did I Close Open Relay Properly on Exchange SBS 2003 R2

my public static ip got blacklisted.  i checked my exchange sbs 2003 r2 server for open relay and turned on logging.  I noticed that a lot of other public ip's were doing open relay.  I turned some settings to turn open relay off and was wondering if the enclosed log shows that outside public ip's are no longer able to open relay via my server.  I included quite a few lines of the log above and below the time when i turned the open relay settings off.  thanks!
19:18:31 200.118.89.137 EHLO - 250
19:18:31 200.118.89.137 MAIL - 250
19:18:37 200.118.89.137 RCPT - 550
19:18:37 200.118.89.137 QUIT - 240
19:20:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
19:21:08 67.219.102.102 HELO - 250
19:21:08 67.219.102.102 MAIL - 250
19:21:08 67.219.102.102 RCPT - 250
19:21:09 67.219.102.102 DATA - 250
19:21:09 66.196.97.250 - - 0
19:21:09 67.219.102.102 QUIT - 240
19:22:18 62.43.67.157 HELO - 250
19:22:18 62.43.67.157 MAIL - 250
19:22:18 62.43.67.157 RCPT - 250
19:22:21 62.43.67.157 DATA - 250
19:22:21 62.43.67.157 QUIT - 240
19:22:36 83.24.23.188 HELO - 250
19:22:36 83.24.23.188 MAIL - 250
19:22:37 83.24.23.188 RCPT - 250
19:22:37 65.254.254.51 - - 0
19:22:40 83.24.23.188 DATA - 250
19:22:40 83.24.23.188 QUIT - 240
19:23:25 89.34.104.35 EHLO - 250
19:23:26 89.34.104.35 MAIL - 250
19:23:26 89.34.104.35 RCPT - 250
19:23:27 89.34.104.35 DATA - 250
19:23:27 89.34.104.35 QUIT - 240
19:26:05 216.39.127.87 EHLO - 250
19:26:05 216.39.127.87 MAIL - 250
19:26:05 216.39.127.87 RCPT - 250
19:26:05 216.39.127.87 DATA - 250
19:26:05 216.39.127.87 QUIT - 240
#Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0
#Version: 1.0
#Date: 2008-11-04 19:29:19
#Fields: time c-ip cs-method cs-uri-stem sc-status 
19:29:19 79.125.244.92 EHLO - 250
19:29:20 79.125.244.92 MAIL - 250
19:29:20 79.125.244.92 RCPT - 250
19:29:24 79.125.244.92 DATA - 250
19:29:24 79.125.244.92 QUIT - 240
#Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0
#Version: 1.0
#Date: 2008-11-04 19:30:46
#Fields: time c-ip cs-method cs-uri-stem sc-status 
19:30:46 216.117.220.47 HELO - 250
19:30:46 216.117.220.47 MAIL - 250
19:30:46 216.117.220.47 RCPT - 250
19:30:46 216.117.220.47 DATA - 250
19:30:46 216.117.220.47 QUIT - 240
#Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0
#Version: 1.0
#Date: 2008-11-04 19:32:17
#Fields: time c-ip cs-method cs-uri-stem sc-status 
19:32:17 88.246.60.162 EHLO - 250
19:32:17 88.246.60.162 MAIL - 250
19:32:17 88.246.60.162 RCPT - 250
19:32:18 88.246.60.162 DATA - 250
19:32:18 88.246.60.162 QUIT - 240
19:35:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
19:36:09 66.196.82.7 - - 0
19:37:38 65.254.254.51 - - 0
19:50:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
19:51:09 206.190.53.191 - - 0
19:52:38 65.254.254.50 - - 0
20:05:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
20:06:09 66.196.97.250 - - 0
20:07:38 65.254.254.50 - - 0
20:20:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
20:21:12 206.190.53.191 - - 0
20:22:41 65.254.254.50 - - 0
20:35:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
20:36:13 216.39.53.1 - - 0
20:37:41 65.254.254.50 - - 0
20:50:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
20:51:14 209.191.118.103 - - 0
20:52:41 65.254.254.52 - - 0
21:05:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
21:06:15 209.191.118.103 - - 0
21:07:41 65.254.254.52 - - 0
21:20:21 216.161.141.12 - - 0
21:21:15 66.196.82.7 - - 0
21:22:41 65.254.254.52 - - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 EHLO - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 MAIL - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 RCPT - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:26 209.85.201.114 DATA - 0
21:26:27 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:27 209.85.201.114 - - 0
21:26:27 209.85.201.114 QUIT - 0
21:26:27 209.85.201.114 - - 0

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jasdakAsked:
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Philip ElderConnect With a Mentor Technical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
www.mxtoolbox.com is the place to go to test your e-mail server settings.
Out of the box, SBS has things pretty tight.
Verify the following on your Exchange:
IMF registry setting:
http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2007/04/sbs-exchange-2003-post-sp2-install-must.html
Greylist hiccup:
http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2007/08/sbs-exchange-email-spam-issue-error.html
Reverse NDR Attack prevention:
http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2008/02/smtp-server-remote-queue-length-alert.html
Philip
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