So some user of yours have changed their password to 1234 and their email account is being used to send out 1000+ emails each minute
. If its an ongoing outbreak you quickly need to find the user in the log and change their password to a stronger password.
However as you see the queue fill up with more emails you may have a chance in the log-file, not likely but you might
. The other way would be to get more details in the queue window, but there are none (i guess the spammer didn’t set his from address correctly)
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Even worse are if the spammer has stopped filling your smtp queue with incomming message and you are left to battle the 100 000+ already queued messages, there are no way to stop them all from being delivered that does not involve shutting down the entire server.
There goes the uptime…