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By rahil_99 ·
Hello Everyone,
i am working as an network administrator for an company. Here in my
company i am facing an problem. a guy who is also working in the same company in which i am is sending all dirty mails to the female employee's in the company and now my boss wants me to catch the guy who is sending the mails. My company consists of 60 systems with a proxy and IIS loaded on a same machine.
all the clients are getting connected to the internet through that server.
so guys please help me out. i have to find out who is sending the mails to the employee's.
Hope to get an idea from you all.
all your idea's will be very precious for me.

Take care guyz.

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by Its a secret In reply to E-Mails

more info needed. eg exchange, internet email address, outlook.....

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by rahil_99 In reply to E-Mails

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by gutridgesj In reply to E-Mails

yep, need more info. but this is possible to find out.

how do you know it is a guy doing this and if it is the same guy?
are you all on the same network? if you had the monitoring system i had, this would be easy and it would not matter what email system(s) you use. but, a good tcp/ip packet sniffer should do the trick. once you have the ip address, you can go to the h.w address if on your network. if not on your network, you can see what subnet it came from and then go to that admin and have him look.
if ms exchange, you can look at track message in exch admin to see if that helps. if you turn on message headers you can see more info.

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by NetWill In reply to E-Mails

need more info on your problem!

How do you know they are from someone in the same company? Is it written in the text?

Let's assume you are doing your own email (ie. Exchange, LotusNotes) and that person is using this type of account. All you have to do is check whose account is it and track all emails.

If it is through Proxy server, check the log on who went on the site (hotmal.com, yahoo.com) to send emails.

If all else fail, run Sniffer to capture all packets and start filtering it out.

Hope this helps!

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