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Thread: iBurst SMTP issue

  1. #1

    Default iBurst SMTP issue

    My client has been unable to send mail since Wed. So, I come in and try a simple telnet session:

    Code:
    gregory$ telnet 41.213.80.12 25
    Trying 41.213.80.12...
    Connected to smtp.wbs.co.za.
    Escape character is '^]'.
    550 Rejected host IP address:  SPAM_YAHOO_AOL
    Connection closed by foreign host.
    gregory$
    any suggestions? Support desk seems unable to answer my questions and tell me it is an Outlook 2010 issue. (DUH!)
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    Here's some more info - maybe this will shed light on things. My client is a second-tier iBurst client: they in fact have a direct relationship with MWEB. Mweb bills and manages this connection. If I replace their UTD with mine, alter the u/p for PPPoE, and BANG! connects, smtp works (at Telnet level anyway), no problems.

    So, did mweb break something (just like that) or change something?
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    What is your client's IP address?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginggs View Post
    What is your client's IP address?
    Connected several times and got different ip addresses. they're not on a static. seems it is the whole mweb range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginggs View Post
    What is your client's IP address?
    Connected several times and got different ip addresses. they're not on a static. seems it is the whole mweb range. Two of them were:

    196.2.126.175
    41.56.57.220
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    Have you tried mweb's smtp?
    You only get one chance to piss off a client. After that they are an ex client ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreGorGy View Post
    Connected several times and got different ip addresses. they're not on a static. seems it is the whole mweb range. Two of them were:

    196.2.126.175
    41.56.57.220
    According to Afrinic, both of those IP addresses belong to WBS.

    Why not just configure them to use Google's secure SMTP and be done with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bekdik View Post
    Have you tried mweb's smtp?
    Not yet...

    I have been informed that the user/pass was disallowed from sending because they were sending spam. The follow supposedly originated from my client:

    Code:
    1S7XIB-0002jZ-DT-H
    exim 20000 6
    <ongagco@olympe-network.com>
    1331666515 2
    -helo_name mail.iburst.co.za
    -host_address 41.213.80.24.49966
    -host_name minerva.jhb.wbs.co.za
    -interface_address 41.213.80.60.25
    -received_protocol esmtps
    -aclc 6 9
    verified-
    -aclc 4 3
    Yes
    -aclc 1 0
    
    -aclc 5 0
    
    -aclc 7 7
    verify-
    -aclc 9 26
    /etc/exim/eximconfig-relay
    -aclm 6 0
    
    -aclm 1 0
    
    -aclm 0 6
    noscan
    -aclm 3 1
    0
    -aclm 7 2244
     --  Bonjour, Tout en vous remerciant de l'attention que vous accorder
    CUT: 419 rubbish in french
    -aclm 8 0
    
    -body_linecount 54
    -max_received_linelength 86
    -allow_unqualified_recipient
    -allow_unqualified_sender
    CUT: victim email addresses
    256P Received: from minerva.jhb.wbs.co.za ([41.213.80.24]:49966
    helo=mail.iburst.co.za)
    	 by mail.wbs.co.za (SATURN) with esmtps 
    	(Cipher TLSv1:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:256)   (Exim 4.77 #2
    (EximConfig 2.5))
    	 id 1S7XIB-0002jZ-DT   ; Tue, 13 Mar 2012 21:21:55 +0200
    223P Received: from iburst-41-213-39-72.iburst.co.za
    ([41.213.39.72]:16216 helo=myclient.co.za)
    	 by mail.iburst.co.za (MINERVA) with esmtp   (Exim 4.77 #2
    (EximConfig 2.5))
    	 id 1S7WfR-0001wo-GM   ; Tue, 13 Mar 2012 20:41:54 +0200
    107P Received: from mail pickup service by myclient.co.za with Microsoft
    SMTPSVC;
    	 Tue, 13 Mar 2012 10:30:52 +0200
    047  thread-index: Ac0A85nc3rvS4PxgSQu7dtFLvH3XHw==
    042  Return-Path: <ongagco@olympe-network.com> 13138T To:
    CUT: Victim emails
    	"IMB Recipient 1" <mspop3connector.myclient@myclient.co.za> 058I
    Message-ID: <FFB93256ADF743B8BE70DFB89C22A889@myclient.local>
    032  Subject: BONJOUR BIEN AIME !!!!
    018  MIME-Version: 1.0
    059  Content-Type: text/plain;
    	format=flowed;
    	charset="UTF-8"
    032  Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
    042  X-Mailer: Microsoft CDO for Exchange 2000
    038  Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2012 10:30:52 +0200 061F From: "Marie Brigitte
    PROUVOST" <ongagco@olympe-network.com> 045R Reply-To:
    <brigitteprouvost.marie@ymail.com>
    050  Mail-Reply-To: <brigitteprouvost.marie@ymail.com>
    038  User-Agent: Roundcube Webmail/0.8-svn
    043  Content-Class: urn:content-classes:message
    019  Importance: normal
    032  X-Spam-Status: No score= tests=
    017  Priority: normal
    057  X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.3790.4841 050
    X-Postwall-Hash: bf1b7c8052fba05aa3069d1760028f2c
    084  X-OriginalArrivalTime: 13 Mar 2012 08:30:52.0421 (UTC)
    FILETIME=[99FDC350:01CD00F3]
    025  X-Tarpit-Recipients: Yes
    025  X-GeoIP: ZA|South Africa
    040  X-EximConfig: v2.5 on mail.iburst.co.za
    021  X-SA-Do-Not-Run: Yes
    025  X-Tarpit-Recipients: Yes
    010  X-GeoIP: 
    037  X-EximConfig: v2.5 on mail.wbs.co.za
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------
    41.213.39.72 	[MY CLIENT'S IB U/N] 	001264403751511 	06062349
    01FA4811 	10.9.81.150 	Mar 14 2012 11:13:04 SAST
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginggs View Post
    According to Afrinic, both of those IP addresses belong to WBS.

    Why not just configure them to use Google's secure SMTP and be done with it?
    There setup is crazy: MSE2003 server with local addresses and remote retrieval of these. All mail gets sent by the MSE2003 server. So, how to make that thing use Google and to sign them up is a new challenge.
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