|15 Jan 2014||#1|
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Identifying outgoing mail source/queue.
My computer seems to flood the mail server with outgoing mail when I connect to this LAN. I have outlook express installed & it connects to the mail server in the LAN. In the past I was testing some mass-emailing scripts (using python smtp module). I thought those messages would simply be discarded as I wasn't running or connected to a mail server. Is it possible that these messages may have been queued up somewhere? How can I investigate the source of emails from my computer? Thanks
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