[Dshield] Exchange 5.5

etee@despammed.com ed.truitt at etee2k.net
Tue Mar 12 17:02:29 GMT 2002

Try this article out (from Microsoft's support DB):


As an alternative, you could always dump that Exchange stuff get a *real*
mail server (e.g. sendmail) :^)

Ed Truitt
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"Note to spammers:  my 'delete' key is connected to YOUR ISP.
 Also, if you send me UCE, I reserve the right to post your spew
on my Web site, with the appropriate color commentary, so that
others may have a good laugh at your expense."

----- Original Message -----
From: "James Jarvis" <james.jarvis at quest-media.com>
To: <list at dshield.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 9:56 AM
Subject: [Dshield] Exchange 5.5

> Hi There,
> I have only just signed up to this list after a recomendation from a
> of Web Disucussion list, I have a question, and he though you could all
> me! The Problem is as follows
> Our server here has been targeted for the last week by spammers. Some of
> time the message originates from a Yahoo or Hotmail Account, other times
> they have bloked their address and it is displayed as < >.
> Even though we operate about 40 domain names on this server, everyone (Who
> should) be sending out mail is sending it from a CDentral domain.
> Does anyone know how to block OUTGOING messages unless sent from
> *@ourdomain. We have already been blaklisted by our ISP's twice in the
> week for sending unsolicittated mails evenb thougfh we had no idea what
> happened. Also, 7/10 messages are bouncing back when we send them because
> our ISP Policing what we are sneding out.
> If any one has any alternative ideas, or comments, I would really
> it.
> Any help much appreicated,
> Jim
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