SMTP: Ejemplo de archivo de registro de puerta de enlace SMTP

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Las siguientes es el archivo de registro generado por la puerta de enlace SMTP de Microsoft Mail al iniciar mediante el comando siguiente:
lacsy smtpgate - cd-
Nota: Información de llaves {} indica los comentarios o explicaciones del contenido del archivo de registro.
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08:50:03 - Tue Feb 23 08:50:03 1993 Microsoft Mail Gateway to SMTP V3.0   {Version number listed here}08:50:03 - Tue Feb 23 08:50:03 1993 Copyright 1991-1992 MicrosoftCorporation. All rights reserved.08:50:03 - Running from X:\SMTPGATE.EXE   {Drive and path location of executable. Also where temporary files   are built.}08:50:03 - Reading local configuration from m:smtp\local.cfg   {Local.cfg made & modified from Admin program, in GATEWAY-SMTP-SETUP}08:50:04 -   Local Domain = ".company.com"08:50:04 -   SMTP Gateway Host Name = "marvgard"08:50:04 -   SMTP Smart-Host IP = "11.1.16.15"08:50:04 - Reading local Microsoft Mail Post Offices from m:smtp\local.cfg   {LOCAL.CFG made and modified from Administrator program, in Gateway,   SMTP, Post Offices}08:50:04 -   Local Post-Office: "DEPT/MSPO1"08:50:04 -   Local Post-Office: "DEPT/PO2"08:50:04 -   Local Post-Office: "washington/seattle3"08:50:04 - Reading address map from m:smtp\addr_map.cfg   {ADDR_MAP.CFG made and modified from Administrator program, in Gateway,    SMTP, Address-Map}08:50:04 -   Mapping "DEPT/MSPO1" to "mspo1.dept"08:50:04 -   Mapping "dept/mspo1" to "dept"08:50:04 -   Mapping "dept/po2" to "po2.dept"08:50:04 -   Mapping "washington/seattle3" to "admiral.com"08:50:04 - Gateway initialized   {Ready for Action!}08:58:04 - Idling:  48258 bytes, largest 47234   {Memory available for processing mail}08:58:04 - spawning SMTPGET   {Run SMTPGET.EXE, which checks the SMTP mailbag file in database for    outgoing mail}08:58:04 - spawn(SMTPGET)=0   {Find the SMTP mailbag file name by typing "network.glb", and look for 8    characters after SMTP}08:58:04 - SMTP_accept(socket=256, timeout=120)   {Checking socket 256 for incoming SMTP mail for 120 seconds. Timeout    specified by -W option}08:58:22 - Connection accepted.   {A TCP/IP host has contacted the gateway computer}08:58:22 - Incoming SMTP connection from [11.1.16.15] detected   {Announcing who is connecting to the gateway computer}08:58:22 - Call coming in at socket 257   {Socket used for incoming SMTP mail}  [tx] 220 All set, fire away   {Gateway computer transmits saying "I'm ready"}  [rx] HELO company.com   {Gateway computer receives from TCP/IP host a greeting and introduction}  [tx] 250 Hi there, pleased to meet you   {Gateway computer transmits a greeting in return}  [rx] MAIL From:<root@company.com>   {Gateway computer receives RFC821 "From" address, and saves it in   SMTP_IN.ENV file}08:58:22 - Translating remote address: "root@company.com"   {SMTPGATE.EXE tries to translate the address into Microsoft Mail   address, using ADDR_MAP.CFG}08:58:22 - Comparing: mspo1.dept to company.com   {(Compares the domain name in "From" address to all entries in the    ADDR_MAP.CFG file)}08:58:22 - Comparing: dept to company.com08:58:22 - Comparing: po2.dept to company.com08:58:22 - Comparing: admiral.com to company.com08:58:22 - Comparing: .elvis.com to company.com08:58:22 - Non-local address left unmapped   {No match is found, so the "From" address is passed on in SMTP format}  [tx] 250 Sender OK   {Gateway computer transmits that the "From" address is OK}  [rx] RCPT To:<admin@mspo1.dept>   {Gateway computer receives RFC821 "To" address, and saves it in   SMTP_IN.ENV file}08:58:22 - Translating local address: "admin@mspo1.dept"   {SMTPGATE.EXE tries to translate the address into Microsoft Mail   address, using ADDR_MAP.CFG}08:58:22 - Comparing: mspo1.dept to mspo1.dept   {(Compares the domain name in "To" address to all entries in the   ADDR_MAP.CFG file.}08:58:22 - Comparing: dept to company.com   {If it finds no match, the message will not be accepted and a    "550 - Unknown user" error is sent.}08:58:22 - Mapped mspo1.dept to DEPT/MSPO1   {A match is found.}08:58:22 - Mapped to "CSI:DEPT/MSPO1/admin"   {The "To" address translated to Microsoft Mail format.}  [tx] 250 Recipient OK   {Gateway computer transmits that the "To" address is OK}  [rx] DATA   {Gateway computer is told the RFC-822 message header and body is    coming next}  [tx] 354 Start mail input; end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>   {Gateway computer transmits to start, and to send a <CR/LF>.<CR/LF>    to signal the end of the message}  [rx] ...message body...   {Gateway computer receives the message (RFC-822) and saves it in   SMTP_IN.822 file}08:58:23 - Sending message to Microsoft Mail   {SMTPGATE.EXE starts to process the incoming SMTP message}08:58:23 - Header: Return-Path: <root@company.com>08:58:23 - Header: Received: from company.com by marvgard08:58:23 - Header:      id <2B8A57AE@marvgard>; Tue, 23 Feb 93 08:58:22 PST08:58:23 - Header: Received: by company.com (4.1/SMI-4.1)08:58:23 - Header:      id AA01410; Tue, 23 Feb 93 08:55:16 PST08:58:23 - Header: Date: Tue, 23 Feb 93 08:55:16 PST08:58:23 - Header: From: root@company.com (Operator)   {SMTPGATE.EXE compares this RFC-822 "From" to the earlier RFC-821    "From". If they are the same, the RFC-822 "From" is saved in    Microsoft Mail. Otherwise, the RFC-821 is saved.}08:58:23 - Header: Message-Id: <9302231655.AA01410@company.com>08:58:23 - Header: Apparently-To: admin@mspo1.dept08:58:23 - Header:   {Blank line indicating the end of the headers, and message text is    next.}08:58:23 - Translating remote address: "root@company.com (Operator)"   {SMTPGATE.EXE  tries to translate the address into Microsoft Mail    address, using ADDR_MAP.CFG}08:58:23 - Comparing: mspo1.dept to company.com (Operator)   {(Compares the domain name in "From" address to all entries in the    ADDR_MAP.CFG file)}08:58:23 - Comparing: dept to company.com (Operator)08:58:23 - Comparing: po2.dept to company.com (Operator)08:58:23 - Comparing: admiral.com to company.com (Operator)08:58:23 - Comparing: .elvis.com to company.com (Operator)08:58:23 - Non-local address left unmapped   {No match is found, so the "From" address is passed on in SMTP format}08:58:23 - spawning SMTPPUT   {SMTPPUT.EXE puts the Microsoft Mail formatted message into the    Microsoft Mail database}08:58:23 - spawn(SMTPPUT)=0  [tx] 250   {Gateway computer transmits saying it now has the message}  [rx] QUIT   {Gateway computer receives instruction to quit the connection}  [tx] 221 See you later   {Gateway computer transmits an acknowledgement and says good bye}08:58:24 - Closing socket 25708:58:24 - SMTP connection closed08:58:49 - Idling:  48258 bytes, largest 4723409:02:52 - spawning SMTPGET   {Run SMTPGET.EXE, which checks the SMTP mailbag file in database for    outgoing mail}09:02:52 - spawn(SMTPGET)=009:02:52 - Outgoing message(s) from Microsoft Mail detected   {SMTPGET.EXE found outgoing mail waiting in the SMTP mailbag}09:02:52 - Connecting to smart SMTP host   {Gateway computer connects to the smart }09:02:52 - SMTP_open(socket=257)  [rx] 220 company.com Sendmail 4.1/SMI-4.1 ready at Tue, 23 Feb 9309:00:22 PST  [tx] HELO marvgard  [rx] 250 company.com Hello marvgard ([11.1.16.16]), pleased to meet you09:02:53 - NC_addr_to_RFC822( "CSI:DEPT/MSPO1/Admin", local )09:02:53 - Translating "DEPT/MSPO1/Admin"09:02:53 - Mapped to "Admin@mspo1.dept"09:02:53 - NC_addr_to_RFC822( "SMTP:root@company.company.com", remote )09:02:53 - NC_addr_to_RFC822( "SMTP:root@company.company.com", local )09:02:54 - Transmitting message to SMTP  [tx] MAIL FROM:<Admin@mspo1.dept>  [rx] 250 <Admin@mspo1.dept>... Sender ok  [tx] RCPT TO:<root@company.company.com>  [rx] 250 <root@company.company.com>... Recipient ok  [tx] DATA  [rx] 354 Enter mail, end with "." on a line by itself  [tx] ...message body...  [tx] .  [rx] 250 Mail accepted  [tx] QUIT  [rx] 221 company.com delivering mail09:03:33 - SMTP_close(socket=257)09:03:33 - SMTP connection closed09:03:33 - Idling:  48258 bytes, largest 4723409:03:33 - spawning SMTPGET09:03:33 - spawn(SMTPGET)=009:03:33 - SMTP_accept(socket=256, timeout=120)09:04:34 - Idling:  48258 bytes, largest 4723409:04:34 - OK to Exit?09:04:34 - Press Y to exit, N to continue				
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