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Are SMTP rejects/filtered logged somewhere? - 1.Jul.2005 1:05:00 PM   
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We get a recurring set of spam claiming to be from former employees at their old emails on our server. So I've tried using the built-in filter (global, message delivery, filtering) and SMTP protocol connection (smtp, access, connection) to limit that spam.

Its a very short and simple filter list, but it is also filtering a customer that has a rather complex domain/alias, but is not even close to matching the filter list. I remove all filters and emails flow in again.

The w3c log does not record the failed/filtered connections, though I have all properties enabled for the log. Is it possible to log smtp rejected connections? Or, is something wrong with my system and it should be logging the rejected connections?

I know you can archive all filtered mail but I don't want another folder to maintain.

TIA.
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