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Exchange 2007 high out traffic?

Posted on 2011-10-28
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
How would I stop Exchange from sending so much data. Today, Exchange 2007 server brought down the router since it had extremely high traffic going out.

132.37 MB / 4 Minutes to 192.168.X.X
Https: 128.94 MB / 4 minutes to bis6.us.blackberry.com which is the Blackberry servers in Waterloo Canada.

Could this be a virus? Thanks in advance.

Question by:fstinc
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Deepu Chowdary earned 2000 total points
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Check whether you are in open relay.. and check who are relaying..
Also stop AV and check once. some times it may give problems like this.

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