On Friday 22 October 2004 06:17 am, Walter Souto R. Junior wrote:
> Hi,
> I have one of my users using my server to send spam (I think). The
> messages came from When I figure that out, I just block him
> and bring my server back... So how can I see what account on vpopmail did
> used to do this kind of thing? I have only auth-smtp, and just accept
> messages from one of my domains, that are about six and nothing more. I'm
> afraid that I don't have vpopmail logs, perhaps I did install vpopmail
> without them, so...

the smtp auth patch you use should be putting a header in the email saying who 
sent it.. check for that header, and shut the guy off.


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