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I manage a site that will not receive mail from 2 seperate domains (that I know of). I need to find out why mail is not being delivered from these domains. The senders do receive an NDR stating that the message was rejected by my clients server as "the message is too old". They have a simple setup - an SBS 2003 server & a Billion router on the same subnet. I will ask the sender to send my client an e-mail & cc me in, that way I will know when it was delivered. As a newbie to Wireshark I need to know how to filter the large amounts of data to find the delivery attempt. What will I be looking for, as I will not know the sender's IP address, only a domain name. Please assist.

asked 03 May '11, 03:18

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I worked it out by setting up an SMTP filter. Unfortunately that shows that the mail was delivered successfully - but it isn't. That;s for another forum.

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answered 03 May '11, 05:36

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I worked it out by setting up an SMTP filter. Unfortunately that shows that the mail was delivered successfully - but it isn't. That;s for another forum.

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