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T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e Connection from 220.127.116.11T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e GET / HTTP/1.0T 20120626 113131 4fe5770e T 20120626 113135 4fe5770e Connection closed with 18.104.22.168, 4 sec. elapsed. If I add:H, ''GET*'', DSto transflt.mer will that stop this kind of transaction quicker? because there is no HELO greeting so I am ...
T 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 Connection from 22.214.171.124T 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 GET http://www.scanproxy.com:80/p-25.html HTTP/1.0T 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 Content-Type: text/htmlT 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 Proxy-Connection: keep-aliveT 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 Host: www.scanproxy.comT 20120616 030519 4fd8afc4 Accept: image/gif, ...
How about an annotation for each connection control entry in the SMTP settings?
I was reviewing these and had to spend some time tracking down a couple of entries that I had made several years ago.
It would be useful if there was an extra column after Allow/Refuse called Notes or something similar. It would allow the entries to be quickly ...
I was having a problem with running Mercury on Vista because of Service interaction detection. Some one suggested to run Mercury in application mode. I am completely new to Mercury could some on guide me to a step by step instructions on running in application mode. Thank you in advance.
Any way to add more than one smarthost, such as backup smarthost; can it be done by seperating with comma's, space, etc? I haven't been able to find out anything on this in the forums or the manual. Thanks for your replies.
We have Symantec SMSSMTP, as our mx hosts - charge nothing for the service, and it has filtered a total of 96% spam, straight down the waste bin. Does it do it's job? Sure does! - Should I complain? - yeah, because I expect more from such a costly product.
There hasn't been one false positive, still I'm bugged when my users get anything from 1 to ...
For some time now we have been running with
Popfile and Spamhalter in tandem with the server archiving and not
delivering and emails detected as spam by both filters. This has
worked well for us dramatically reducing the number of spams our users
have had to screen. We also run a limited content filter to detect spams
Quite simple I believe
move all files in you Queue and Scratch folder, and it will stop.
Why did could happen could be obvious, although you protected the mailboxes with strong password, you could have installed an open relay with MercuryS
Goto Configuration -> MercuryS SMTP server and then to Connection control
Make sure that ...
In my home I have 3 PCs networked together. I have a standard POP3 email account. I have no mail server.
What I want to do is this:
I want to use a mail client at any of my PCs so that I can pick up/send mail. But I need only one local mail store, so that if I log on from another PC next time. All my mail is available there.
I have tried ...
I don't understand how Mercury was able to accept the mail from 126.96.36.199 when it is outside the allowed range of IP addresses. Am I missing something here?
Is there any further configuration I need to carry out to ensure that Mercury only accepts SMTP connections from the allowed ranges?
It's not clear ...