> What is your connection between IIS and IMail? Are you using a version of > IMail that uses IIS (ie:2006 or later)?
Pretty clear that he is, no? Otherwise there would be no reason for the post, since he would have more ownership over the code that generates the mail. > We have been using Declude Hijack for many years with IMail to > detect and stop these kinds of attacks. It has the weakness that it > is IP based, so (a) if a well-distributed attack were to occur, it > would not detect it; and (b) if a lot of legit mail comes from an > individual server, you have to set the detection limits very high > for the server's IP. But on the whole, it has been extremely > effective for us. Nothing against Hijack, which I have used as well, but it is not the right tool for stopping hijacking that is initiated over HTTP. --Sandy ------------------------------------ Sanford Whiteman, Chief Technologist Broadleaf Systems, a division of Cypress Integrated Systems, Inc. e-mail: sa...@cypressintegrated.com SpamAssassin plugs into Declude! http://www.imprimia.com/products/software/freeutils/SPAMC32/download/release/ Defuse Dictionary Attacks: Turn Exchange or IMail mailboxes into IMail Aliases! http://www.imprimia.com/products/software/freeutils/exchange2aliases/download/release/ http://www.imprimia.com/products/software/freeutils/ldap2aliases/download/release/ To Unsubscribe: http://imailserver.com/support/discussion_list/ List Archive: http://www.mail-archive.com/imail_forum%40list.ipswitch.com/ Knowledge Base/FAQ: http://imailserver.com/support/kb.html