Hi Rob,

Is it logged specifically, no. You can turn on debug and see all
connections. For example setting SMTPDebugIO=1 will give you lines like
the following:

08/22/2014 10:20:27.82 SMTP CITask StateMachine > Received 4 bytes from
<IP Address>
08/22/2014 10:20:27.82 SMTP CITask StateMachine > Sent 67 bytes to <IP
Address>

You'll have to search the console or console.log for the IP address to
verify if it is being used as these lines won't be logged to log.nsf. You
also won't want to leave it turned on for too long as it produces a lot of
output (unless you have a really quiet mail server).

Hope that helps!



Amy Hoerle
System Administrator
Think Mutual Bank




From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 08/22/2014 06:35 AM
Subject: Logging of relaying.
Sent by: "Domino400" <domino400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>



Certain things are allowed to relay through our Domino SMTP server.
Copier/printer/scanners for example.
Is it logged somewhere when this occurs? We've installed a new
application. I've ensured the necessary address is allowed to relay.
I'm not seeing anything in console.log and log.nsf.
I've ensured that the existing scanner is still working fine. Although I
can't see any log entries for it.


Rob Berendt

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