RE: How to keep exchange server from becoming a spam server...

  • From: "Donavon Yelton" <dyelton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 14:45:34 -0500

Why are you running Exchange on a home network?  Check DNS blacklists to
see if you are listed as one and you can also use e-mail tracking in ESM
to trace e-mails that you send to see if they are delivered to the
recipients e-mail server.  I'd just like to know why you're running it
on a home network and actually using it for sending/receiving e-mails...


From: Marvin Cummings [mailto:marvc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 2:39 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Cc: Exchange2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [exchangelist] How to keep exchange server from becoming a spam

I finally have my exchange 2003 server installed on my home network and
already I'm noticing that mail I send from this account doesn't appear
to be reaching its destination. I'm not getting any kickbacks or ndr's
so I'm not sure what's going on. My initial thought is that I'm being
seen as a spam server and the mail is being dropped, but if I check
work, which I use to send a test message to, the mail isn't arriving.
Again no kickbacks or ndr's on my end. 

What can I do to check this and ensure that I don't end up being seen as
a spam server? 



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