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How can I determine if a Server 2003 SBS server is connected to a Barracuda spam filter?

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How can I determine if a Server 2003 SBS server is connected to a Barracuda spam filter?

This Server 2003 SBS server is running Exchange Server 2003.

This server is located in another state. I don't have physical access to the server or network room.

I have been told by the users at this site that there is a Barracuda spam filter in the server closet.

We are not sure if this Barracuda spam filter is only being used by another company that shares the same networking closet or if it is still also being used for the company that I support.

I have run several tests from the Server 2003 SBS sever including running tracert commands, but these commands don't tell me what network devices are connected to the network which might be scanning and possibly quarantining incoming emails.

So what type of utility or test can I run that will tell me if this Barracuda spam filter is still being used by the company that I now support?

We don't have any information as to what the IP address assigned to this Barracuda spam filter might be.
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