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« on: August 21, 2002, 12:31:35 PM »

I'm having this problem with my IMS queue on Exchange 5.5. I can't seem to fix. I host email for a large organization that spans multiple sites.

I have turned off Mail Relay and doing test show, I receive messages that mail relay is prohibited but here's my problem.

Whenever I open the queue, I notice that in the Queue name "Outbound messages awaiting delivery" there are messages going through that do not have an originator.

Most messages that go through have an internal orignator address and external domain destination. But every time I go in there I find 20-30 emails with no originator, I figured it was someone relaying through my server. Now that I have confrimed that Mail Relay is prohibited on the server - I'm not sure where these messages are coming from and how to stop them.

Any suggestions or comments are apreciatted.

Thanks - BF


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« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2002, 01:53:54 PM »

I've seen this on a 5.5 server in the past - my best guess was that those were messages sent from users that have turned on certificates within their email for encrypting sensitive data.  We also had relay turned off in our environment.
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