Chuck Swiger wrote: > User Gandalf wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I might be offtopic... >> I always get a long daily output from periodic. >> >> >> Mail in local queue: >> -Queue ID- --Size-- ----Arrival Time---- -Sender/Recipient------- >> 1D3C91DD4AA 45937 Tue May 23 10:54:42 MAILER-DAEMON >> (connect to onmail02.ongov.net[18.104.22.168]: Operation >> timed out) >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> 571EC1DD443 28752 Thu May 25 00:40:30 MAILER-DAEMON >> (connect to paramed.biz[22.214.171.124]: Operation >> timed out) >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> C04121DD4A0 28736 Mon May 22 13:20:50 MAILER-DAEMON >> (connect to pistonheads.biz[126.96.36.199]: Operation >> timed out) >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> >> and many others. Is this a breakin attempt? Or is this normal? I do >> not know any of the e-mail addresses. >> Thanks, > > It's undelivered SPAM which your mail server is trying to bounce back to > the sending machine. In low quantities, it's annoying but harmless. In > higher volumes, it can put a drag on or even DoS your SMTP box. Some > combination of SpamAssassin, virus-scanning, Amavisd, or even > greylisting will help.... >
what MTA are you using? i'm wondering why your server accepted the email in the first place. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"