[xmail] message logging

2013-05-21 Thread Spyros Tsiolis
Hello all, I have a situation with an installation where someone has managed to get hold of an e-mail address (the boss' actually) and is sending spam to the outside world. To an extend, I've managed to isolate the problem and it seems it's the mail server itself. I still don't know if it's

Re: [xmail] message logging

2013-05-21 Thread Ivo Smits
Hello, It is also possible that someone is sending spam messages directly, not via your mailserver. If you have a spam message, you can usually find out if this is the case by viewing the e-mail headers (often visible in the raw email source). Is your mail server listed in the headers (in a

Re: [xmail] message logging

2013-05-21 Thread Stefano Pascucci
Hi Spyros I experienced a similar situation some months ago: one of my server email owner was sending tons of spam After figthing with many log files, I have discovered that the hacker had been able to hack the mailbox pwd, and he was sending the email using smtp autetication method. You can

Re: [xmail] message logging

2013-05-21 Thread Spyros Tsiolis
From: Stefano Pascucci s.pascu...@cdq.it To: XMail Users Mailing List xmail@xmailserver.org Sent: Tuesday, 21 May 2013, 19:05 Subject: Re: [xmail] message logging Hi Spyros I experienced a similar situation some months ago: one of my   server

Re: [xmail] SPF update?

2013-05-21 Thread Edinilson - ATINET
Below a message from Davide about SPF: -- On Thu, 29 Jan 2009, Ralf wrote: I'm trying to switch from qmail to xmail. There I had SPF activated and would like to use SPF also in xmail. I saw that there is a perl script for SPF

Re: [xmail] message logging

2013-05-21 Thread Edinilson - ATINET
I think that the best way to avoid this kind of problem is making an OUTPUT filter that insert email headers (from, to, date/time) into a sql table to EACH message your XMail sends. So you can schedule another script in your OS (every 5 minutes, for example) that sum these table rows and take

Re: [xmail] SPF update?

2013-05-21 Thread U.Mutlu
Too bad xmail doesn't have natively spf-support yet, many other mailers do: http://www.openspf.org/Implementations Here's a description of my solution of SPF with xmail: I tried to use the xm-spf.pl, but perl reported some errors about a missing component or so. Then I found a package named