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I have alot of Exchange connections on my DC

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I ran a netstat -b on my DC and noticed about 10 connections of  lsass.exe connections going to the foreign address of my Exchange server on ports 8720 and about 10 others in the 20 and 30000 range. Are these common connections of users or an indication of malware? What is the best manual way to find out if malware is acting as a zombie or spam on my network?
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