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Windows Server 2003 sbs, smtp connectors being added to exchange, all are from Asia, I freeze them but can't get rid of them and the list keeps growing. attached is word doc with screen shot. I am using Symantec endpoint 11.
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by:Andy M
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That looks like you either have a virus on one of the computers on the network or something is relaying through the exchange server.

Check to see if you have relaying enabled on the exchange server and disable this in the first instance.

I would also have a look at your SMTP logs for any system that is sending email to those domains - if you find one disconnect it from the network and run full virus/malware scans on it.
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This may help with the relay:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324958
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took a long time to delete queue with over 200,000. Is there a faster way?
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