[Dshield] Exchange Open Relay
ajnevman at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 23 16:54:49 GMT 2006
List here are the details of our setup......
Exchange server behind a firewall however we have an Internet address that users access via OWA that connects to our Exchange Servers
We are running Symantec AV Enterprise along with Symantec Mail Security ( not configured properly obviously) actually Symantec mentioned that we have to go through some sort of config because of incompatibilities with the way Exchange handles SMTP
No Malware/ Spyware apps enterprise level just yet....
Kenton Smith <listsks at yahoo.ca> wrote:
Can you give us some details? Like what version of
Exchange you're using and if it's behind a firewall,
using public IP's, if the machine has been doing other
Just being on a blacklist doesn't necessarily mean
you're an open relay.
--- Arthur Neville wrote:
> I posted before about how my domain is being
> whacked by Spam and how some users are contsantly
> getting hammered
> I checked our public facing email server to see if
> its an Open Relay....
> I was able to telnet into 25 and send mail from
> the outside hmmmmm
> We use an intranet and within that intranet there
> is windows integrated authenticated, we are using
> Outlook Web Access and Outlook Mobile Access for our
> I heard one of the WinAdmins speak about needing
> SMTP to communicate between the servers and that
> there are no open relay's.... duhhhh guess what
> I went to one of the sites that checks the site to
> see if it is on any DNSBNL's and voila we are on
> about 50 dnsbl's on the net.....
> Does that mean we have someone using our server as
> an open relay ???
> Or we have someone who has some bots on his box or
> In any event....thats the scoopla, I am well
> versed in the art of reading so if you have some
> links or info that would be helpful that would be
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