check my SMTP and POP3

Posted on 2012-08-17
Last Modified: 2012-08-27
How can I find all the SMTP and POP3 connectivity established FROM and TO my Windows server.
Question by:GodMother
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    Accepted Solution

    netstat -an |find /i "established"
    This will list established connection

    netstat -an |find /i "22"
    This will search for that specific port and find it if it's established.

    Author Comment

    is the list says all the connection happened in past also.
    for example: if there was SMTP connectivity happened for one day. and its not in use for few days. and the server rebooted. Will that connectivity also appears in netstat -an command ?
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    Expert Comment

    by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
    I'm afraid this lists current connections - not sure how to check history. If manage to do it I will post back here.


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