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~August Xanlupuloopsi 19.Jan.04 11:42 AM a Web browser Domino Server 6.0.2 CF1 Linux - RedHat
i need an advice interpreting some entries in my maillog.
we got one mail from outside that was sent to 3 people from our company.
that mail had a trojan in it.
i wonder why that mail could be delivered.
in the log it has a random address like "firstname.lastname@example.org".
and that email address does not exist at my domain.
so is there a way to prevent my mailserver from getting those "spam" mails?
i can not exclude the smtp-server, because it's one of the biggest german business provider, and perhaps we get some expsensive mails from there, too.
here is the log entry:
17.01.2004 23:08:05 SMTP Server: hnvr-d9b8e9a9.pool.mediaWays.net (184.108.40.206) connected
17.01.2004 23:08:39 SMTP Server: Message 0079A45F (MessageID: <email@example.com>) received
17.01.2004 23:08:39 SMTP Server: hnvr-d9b8e9a9.pool.mediaWays.net (220.127.116.11) disconnected. 1 message[s] received