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Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by useradmin, Jun 28, 2007.

  1. useradmin

    useradmin Well-Known Member

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    HI,


    we are getting many following logs logs what does it means.. exim is taking load on server to...
    007-06-28 17:30:37 SMTP connection from [clientip1]:50014 I=[serverip]:25 (TCP/IP connection count = 2)
    2007-06-28 17:30:38 SMTP connection from [clientip2]:3782 I=[serverip]:25 (TCP/IP connection count = 3)
    2007-06-28 17:30:39 SMTP connection from [clientip3]:33620 I=[serverip]:25 (TCP/IP connection count = 4)
     
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    The log is pretty self-explanatory:

    007-06-28 17:30:37 SMTP connection from [clientip1]:50014 I=[serverip]:25 (TCP/IP connection count = 2)

    The IP [clientip1] has connected to the IP [serverip] on port 25. That's all that means. Presumably, this is your clients relaying email through your server.
     
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    exim

    yes, it is clear to me also but why there has so many logs like this with different client ip and exim is taking load . it that means exim is under attack? how to prevent...
    we already installed exim_deny and rblblacklist too...
     
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