Exchange 2007 and Spam

I have spam coming from internal clients and I need to see if there is a virus.  But I need to find the IP the message is coming from.

How can I do that??
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dblake15Asked:
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MesthaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Highly unlikely to be coming from an internal machine.
I have covered why in this blog posting:
http://blog.sembee.co.uk/archive/2008/03/13/73.aspx

Then I wrote this follow up in February:
Did the spam originate from inside your network:
http://www.sembee.co.uk/archive/2009/02/28/93.aspx

The server is being abused directly and you need to work out how.

Simon.

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BBRazzCommented:
You can try enabling verbose logging on the Recieve Connectors and Checking the logs.

-BBRazz
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

The sender IP should be in the message header, do you have a copy of the original message with headers intact?

Chris
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dblake15Author Commented:
Where would I find the message header??  I looked under the view source and nothing in there of value.
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

You have it in Outlook? View / Options (depending on the version).

Chris
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dblake15Author Commented:
No that is not showing me anything except hiding the To field.

I have the exchange admin saying that he saw it come through our connector but I see no info that this is true.  
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