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An unknown SMTP command
0000: 58 45 58 43 48 35 30 20 XEXCH50
0008: 31 30 32 30 1020
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As per ME312357, if the SMTP content application filter is installed, you must explicitly state which SMTP commands are permitted. Event 1722 occurs if you do not explicitly state the SMTP commands that are in use.
See ME322234. This message is logged when the SMTP Filter service in ISA Server receives a command that is longer than the permitted length that is listed under the SMTP Commands tab in the SMTP Filter properties. The command that was passed appears in the DATA section of the event message. If the command was expected, you must modify the permitted length of this command in the SMTP Filter properties SMTP Commands tab.
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