#### Junk e-mail in Exchsrvr\MTA Queues

Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
just started - 11/8/03.

Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
prevent this from happening?

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rsj110 (2)
11/13/2003 5:10:12 AM

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Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
Is there an IMC on this box?
How many Exchange servers?

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"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
> just started - 11/8/03.
>
> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
> prevent this from happening?


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sheyia (112)
11/13/2003 5:24:44 AM
Sheyi,

We have 1 exchange server.

Yes, I looked at the MTA queues. IMCdata In/Out folders
where i viewed several of the header info. of 13,637 files
created on 11/8 - all of which were "spam" type e-mails.

>-----Original Message-----
>Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>Is there an IMC on this box?
>How many Exchange servers?
>You may be getting relayed through...hard to say. Provide
>
>
>--
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
this newsgroup.
>"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
>> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
>> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
>> just started - 11/8/03.
>>
>> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
>> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
>> prevent this from happening?
>
>
>.
>

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anonymous (74719)
11/13/2003 6:16:05 AM
Sounds like a relay then...have you tested it to see if it's a relay?
On the properties of the IMC, Routing tab, Routing Restrictions button, do
you have that configured?

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"Robin" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:2d6c01c3a9ad$9f099eb0$a601280a@phx.gbl...
> Sheyi,
>
> We have 1 exchange server.
>
> Yes, I looked at the MTA queues. IMCdata In/Out folders
> where i viewed several of the header info. of 13,637 files
> created on 11/8 - all of which were "spam" type e-mails.
>
>
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
> >Is there an IMC on this box?
> >How many Exchange servers?
> >You may be getting relayed through...hard to say. Provide
> >
> >
> >--
> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
> confers no rights.
> this newsgroup.
> >"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> >news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
> >> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
> >> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
> >> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
> >> just started - 11/8/03.
> >>
> >> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
> >> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
> >> prevent this from happening?
> >
> >
> >.
> >


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sheyia (112)
11/13/2003 7:29:47 AM
not sure if i understand what you mean by "testing it to
see if it's a relay issue".  what specifically would you
suggest i do to test this?  next, you're asking if the IMC
routing restrictions are set-up...   i'll have to say no
(not sure though).  what specifically should they show?

these messages are stuck in the queues with no place to go

>-----Original Message-----
>Sounds like a relay then...have you tested it to see if
it's a relay?
>On the properties of the IMC, Routing tab, Routing
Restrictions button, do
>you have that configured?
>
>
>
>--
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
this newsgroup.
>"Robin" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
>news:2d6c01c3a9ad$9f099eb0$a601280a@phx.gbl...
>> Sheyi,
>>
>> We have 1 exchange server.
>>
>> Yes, I looked at the MTA queues. IMCdata In/Out folders
>> where i viewed several of the header info. of 13,637
files
>> created on 11/8 - all of which were "spam" type e-mails.
>>
>>
>>
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>> >Is there an IMC on this box?
>> >How many Exchange servers?
>> >You may be getting relayed through...hard to say.
Provide
>> >
>> >
>> >--
>> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
and
>> confers no rights.
to
>> this newsgroup.
>> >"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> >news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>> >> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded
with
>> >> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
>> >> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This
problem
>> >> just started - 11/8/03.
>> >>
>> >> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.
Does
>> >> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this
and/or
>> >> prevent this from happening?
>> >
>> >
>> >.
>> >
>
>
>.
>

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anonymous (74719)
11/13/2003 4:09:06 PM
>-----Original Message-----
>Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>Is there an IMC on this box?
>How many Exchange servers?
>You may be getting relayed through...hard to say. Provide
>
>
>--
>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
confers no rights.
this newsgroup.
>"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
>> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
>> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
>> just started - 11/8/03.
>>
>> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
>> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
>> prevent this from happening?
>
>
>.
>We are having the same problem. We found
thebackdoor.irc.bot.b virus on the server ( just one).
Once we cleared the files the fun began. We are generating
outbound mail at a rate og 250,000 per hour ard can not
stop them As above you can delete them from the outbound
queues and they regenerate......Any suggestions would be
appreciated................................

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smccallum (1)
11/13/2003 5:16:39 PM
We are also having the same problem with 2 different clients running
exchange 5.5 with all the latest and greatest service packs.

I have even disconnected the server from the internet, and the problem
keeps happening.   I am assuming this is some sort of undiscovered virus
or worm.

The latest SAV doesn't detect anything on the server.

Steve McCallum wrote:
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>>Is there an IMC on this box?
>>How many Exchange servers?
>>You may be getting relayed through...hard to say. Provide
>
>
>>
>>--
>>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and
>
> confers no rights.
>
>
> this newsgroup.
>
>>"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>>
>>>Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are loaded with
>>>junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they are
>>>processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This problem
>>>just started - 11/8/03.
>>>
>>>Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.  Does
>>>anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this and/or
>>>prevent this from happening?
>>
>>
>>.
>>We are having the same problem. We found
>
> thebackdoor.irc.bot.b virus on the server ( just one).
> Once we cleared the files the fun began. We are generating
> outbound mail at a rate og 250,000 per hour ard can not
> stop them As above you can delete them from the outbound
> queues and they regenerate......Any suggestions would be
> appreciated................................


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clark869 (1)
11/13/2003 8:46:01 PM
If it is a relay problem, you need to go into the
internet mail service properties which can be found in
connections. Go to the routing tab. Click on routing
restrictions. Make sure you check the boxes on this
screen.
1. Hosts and clients that successfully authenticate.
2. Hosts and clients with these IP_addresses
3. Hosts and clients connecting to these internal

Checking these will keep your server from being relayed
by spam.
The other thing you can do is in the IMCDATA folder, you
can delete the files within the 'in' and 'out' folders.
However, make sure these files are spam or bogus because
these are queued emails and some could be useful to you.
You can also delete the files in the archive folders
within the 'in' and 'out' folders. These are old emails
that will start to take up space after awhile. Before you
can delete any of these files, you must stop the Exchange
IMS service.

Also, I just had a problem with queued mail getting stuck
and I started to rack up outbound mail. My connections
outbound were also maxed out causing all clients on
outlook to time out when sending email. There was a filed
called queue.bad in the IMCDATA folder. Deleting this
cleared everything up. Hope this helps.

Dennis

>-----Original Message-----
>not sure if i understand what you mean by "testing it to
>see if it's a relay issue".  what specifically would you
>suggest i do to test this?  next, you're asking if the
IMC
>routing restrictions are set-up...   i'll have to say no
>(not sure though).  what specifically should they show?
>
>these messages are stuck in the queues with no place to
go
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Sounds like a relay then...have you tested it to see if
>it's a relay?
>>On the properties of the IMC, Routing tab, Routing
>Restrictions button, do
>>you have that configured?
>>
>>
>>
>>--
>>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
and
>confers no rights.
to
>this newsgroup.
>>"Robin" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>message
>>news:2d6c01c3a9ad$9f099eb0$a601280a@phx.gbl...
>>> Sheyi,
>>>
>>> We have 1 exchange server.
>>>
>>> Yes, I looked at the MTA queues. IMCdata In/Out
folders
>>> where i viewed several of the header info. of 13,637
>files
>>> created on 11/8 - all of which were "spam" type e-
mails.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> >-----Original Message-----
>>> >Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>>> >Is there an IMC on this box?
>>> >How many Exchange servers?
>>> >You may be getting relayed through...hard to say.
>Provide
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >--
>>> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
>and
>>> confers no rights.
>to
>>> this newsgroup.
>>> >"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>> >news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>>> >> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are
>with
>>> >> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they
are
>>> >> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This
>problem
>>> >> just started - 11/8/03.
>>> >>
>>> >> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.
>Does
>>> >> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this
>and/or
>>> >> prevent this from happening?
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >.
>>> >
>>
>>
>>.
>>
>.
>

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anonymous (74719)
11/13/2003 11:24:47 PM
dennis,

i doubled checked and we are not being relayed but, made
sure all the items below were "checked" as you stated.

i also deleted the files that you suggested below and
actually getting ready to restart the server (and the
services) to see what happens.

at last glance we had well over 302,958 files in the
outbound queue...  and the server barely hanging on...

>-----Original Message-----
>If it is a relay problem, you need to go into the
>internet mail service properties which can be found in
>connections. Go to the routing tab. Click on routing
>restrictions. Make sure you check the boxes on this
>screen.
>1. Hosts and clients that successfully authenticate.
>2. Hosts and clients with these IP_addresses
>3. Hosts and clients connecting to these internal
>
>Checking these will keep your server from being relayed
>by spam.
>The other thing you can do is in the IMCDATA folder, you
>can delete the files within the 'in' and 'out' folders.
>However, make sure these files are spam or bogus because
>these are queued emails and some could be useful to you.
>You can also delete the files in the archive folders
>within the 'in' and 'out' folders. These are old emails
>that will start to take up space after awhile. Before you
>can delete any of these files, you must stop the Exchange
>IMS service.
>
>Also, I just had a problem with queued mail getting stuck
>and I started to rack up outbound mail. My connections
>outbound were also maxed out causing all clients on
>outlook to time out when sending email. There was a filed
>called queue.bad in the IMCDATA folder. Deleting this
>cleared everything up. Hope this helps.
>
>Dennis
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>not sure if i understand what you mean by "testing it to
>>see if it's a relay issue".  what specifically would you
>>suggest i do to test this?  next, you're asking if the
>IMC
>>routing restrictions are set-up...   i'll have to say no
>>(not sure though).  what specifically should they show?
>>
>>these messages are stuck in the queues with no place to
>go
>>
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>Sounds like a relay then...have you tested it to see if
>>it's a relay?
>>>On the properties of the IMC, Routing tab, Routing
>>Restrictions button, do
>>>you have that configured?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>--
>>>This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
>and
>>confers no rights.
>to
>>this newsgroup.
>>>"Robin" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>>message
>>>news:2d6c01c3a9ad$9f099eb0$a601280a@phx.gbl...
>>>> Sheyi,
>>>>
>>>> We have 1 exchange server.
>>>>
>>>> Yes, I looked at the MTA queues. IMCdata In/Out
>folders
>>>> where i viewed several of the header info. of 13,637
>>files
>>>> created on 11/8 - all of which were "spam" type e-
>mails.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> >-----Original Message-----
>>>> >Just to be clear, you are looking at the MTA queues?
>>>> >Is there an IMC on this box?
>>>> >How many Exchange servers?
>>>> >You may be getting relayed through...hard to say.
>>Provide
>>>> >
>>>> >
>>>> >--
>>>> >This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties,
>>and
>>>> confers no rights.
>>to
>>>> this newsgroup.
>>>> >"robin" <rsj110@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>>> >news:00d901c3a9a4$6a892790$a001280a@phx.gbl...
>>>> >> Our Exchsrvr\in-bound & out-bound queues are
>>with
>>>> >> junk e-mails (10K at one point). As fast as they
>are
>>>> >> processed (removed) they seem to multiply.  This
>>problem
>>>> >> just started - 11/8/03.
>>>> >>
>>>> >> Windows2000 Server, Exchange 5.5, Service Pack 5.
>>Does
>>>> >> anyone have any suggestions on how to stop this
>>and/or
>>>> >> prevent this from happening?
>>>> >
>>>> >
>>>> >.
>>>> >
>>>
>>>
>>>.
>>>
>>.
>>
>.
>

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anonymous (74719)
11/17/2003 3:32:02 PM

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I receive an email and it is automatically sent to junk box but it is not junk. I move it to the In Box but it still thinks it is junk. I do not find a designation "this is not junk". How do I tell Outlook it is not junk? using outlook 2002 SP3. thanks for YOUR assistance. -- Gene "Gene" <Gene@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:75125475-4CF6-4224-8F28-60855DDB12A3@microsoft.com... >I receive an email and it is automatically sent to junk box but it is not > junk. > I move it to the In Box but it still thinks it is jun...