problem with mail

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by pajdek, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. pajdek

    pajdek New Member

    Hi

    I just run a postqueue -p command on my server and i saw 1507 requests like this:

    Code:
    9435F16A8402     5962 Sun Apr 27 09:51:44  lqva@ayr12.internetdsl.tpnet.pl
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms36a.hinet.net[168.95.5.36]: Connection timed out)
                                             rose7@ms36.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms27a.hinet.net[168.95.5.27]: Connection timed out)
                                             r3683132@ms27.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms41a.hinet.net[168.95.5.41]: Connection timed out)
                                             prom@ms41.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms23a.hinet.net[168.95.5.23]: Connection timed out)
                                             rjo@ms23.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: host mx1.mail.tw.yahoo.com[203.188.197.9] refused to talk to me: 421 Message from (83.18.121.44) temporarily deferred - 4.16.50. Please refer to http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/defer/defer-06.html)
                                             r0928165069@yahoo.com.tw
                                             rejex@yahoo.com.tw
                                             s520810308@yahoo.com.tw
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms4a.hinet.net[168.95.5.4]: Connection timed out)
                                             robaa@ms4.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to ms19a.hinet.net[168.95.5.19]: Connection timed out)
                                             r3456@ms19.hinet.net
    (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to msa-mx5.hinet.net[168.95.6.133]: Connection timed out)
                                             sandy.dodo@msa.hinet.net
    
    -- 6952 Kbytes in 1507 Requests.
    
    I assume that someone is trying ot send mails via my server
    How i can stop that?

    edit: nwm solved
     
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2008

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