Mailing List SIMS@mail.stalker.com Message #14207
From: David C King <dck@the-wire.com>
Subject: Should I be worried ... part 2
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:38:02 -0500
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
Now I'm really worried ...

I sent emails from one of my genuine addresses to two fictitious addresses at my mail server ... joe@domain and brain@domain.

Both were delivered. I did not get a reject msg from my mail server. They are not in the Unknown mailbox (which was earlier set to Discard Mail with a 0k account size - since reset to Store in Folder and 100K account size - to see what happens).

Where are they going? Why aren't I getting a 'user unknown' email?

Can someone shed some light on this mystery please?

Thanks

David


SIMS log:
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22:29:05 3 SYSTEM The current date is Thursday, January 29, 2004
22:29:05 5 SYSTEM {S.0001055233} in work, ref=522, nFresh=4
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Input: david.c.king(rogers.com)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Parser: david.c.king@rogers.com -> david.c.king(rogers.com)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Input: joe(king-dom.org)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Parser: joe@king-dom.org -> joe(king-dom.org)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Input: joe()
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Parser: joe -> joe()
22:29:05 5 SYSTEM {S.0001055266} created, ref=338, nFresh=5
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Input: brian(king-dom.org)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Parser: brian@king-dom.org -> brian(king-dom.org)
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Input: brian()
22:29:05 5 ROUTER Parser: brian -> brian()
22:29:05 2 SMTP-155(fep02-mail.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com) {S.0001055233} received, 1368 bytes
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Scanning {S.0001055233}
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: P I 30-01-2004 03:29:05 0000 rogers.com david.c.king
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: R W 30-01-2004 03:29:05 0000 king-dom.org joe
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Input: joe(king-dom.org)
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Parser: joe@king-dom.org -> joe(king-dom.org)
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Input: joe()
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Parser: joe -> joe()
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: R W 30-01-2004 03:29:05 0000 king-dom.org brian
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Input: brian(king-dom.org)
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Parser: brian@king-dom.org -> brian(king-dom.org)
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Input: brian()
22:29:06 5 ROUTER Parser: brian -> brian()
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read:
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Received: from fep02-mail.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com ([66.185.86.72] verified) by king-dom.org (Stalker SMTP Server 1.8b9d14)  with ESMTP id S.0001055233; Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:29:05 -0500
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Received: from [205.206.39.83] ([24.100.223.217])          by fep02-mail.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com          (InterMail vM.5.01.05.12 201-253-122-126-112-20020820) with ESMTP          id <20040130032640.MAQD171486.fe
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Mime-Version: 1.0
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: X-Sender: david.c.king@rogers.com@pop.mtmk.phub.net.cable.rogers.com
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Message-Id: <p06002005bc3f7fcd7922@[205.206.39.83]>
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:28:34 -0500
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: To: joe@king-dom.org, brian@king-dom.org
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: From: David C King <david.c.king@rogers.com>
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Subject: Test from DCK
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ; format="flowed"
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read: X-Authentication-Info: Submitted using SMTP AUTH PLAIN at fep02-mail.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com from [24.100.223.217] using ID <david.c.king@rogers.com> at Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:26:39 -0500
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM Line Read:
22:29:06 2 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] <p06002005bc3f7fcd7922@[205.206.39.83]> 0+2 From:david.c.king@rogers.com
22:29:06 4 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] submitted
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM delivering to local accounts
22:29:06 2 SYSTEM(POP) [S.0001055233] delivered to (joe)
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM checking modified files
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] updating, sAddr=178
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] OSOpen refNum=442
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] writing: 29 bytes at 53
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM delivering to local accounts
22:29:06 2 SYSTEM(POP) [S.0001055233] delivered to (brian)
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM checking modified files
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM OSClose refNum=442
22:29:06 2 SYSTEM [S.0001055233] deleted
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM delivering to local accounts
22:29:06 5 SYSTEM checking modified files

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