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1. No but maybe a tool on that server is configured to log and email connections.
2. No idea in your case.
Discovery appliance can sent email if you configured it to do so - Configuring mail settings - BMC Discovery 11.3 - BMC Documentation. An email can be sent if a baseline alert is raised (Baseline configuration - BMC Discovery 11.3 - BMC Documentation ), on completion of backup or restore (Backing up and restoring the appliance - BMC Discovery 11.3 - BMC Documentation) or via a pattern (mail.send - BMC Discovery 11.3 - BMC Documentation)
Check in the Administration page -> Appliance Configuration -> Mail Settings tab.
If nothing is set there, the Discovery app isnt sending email.
Some people set up cron jobs to send email which do not use this configuration. For example weekly reports. Presumably you have also not added any such jub.
To clarify your complaint, you may want to explain "on Relay Server Production there are many log's flows in which are sending mail" in more details:
1- what is Relay Server Production? Is it a target device that you scan or the name of your Discovery Appliance?
2- what is BMCforAdmin@hostname.local user? A device target local user, used to scan it?
3- what is the content of the email your team gets?
True, there's always an exception - I assumed no unusual non-standard configurations were made
Hi Brice to reply questions:
1)The raly Server Production is not the Discovery appliance
2)BMCforAdmin is the user which Appliance connects to hotname target for discovering
3)these mail have no content (so team daid me)
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"1)The raly Server Production is not the Discovery appliance"
So what is it? A device that Discovery scans? Something else?
Is it the starting point of sent emails or the recipient of these or both?
I would think that the admin of this machine should know the reason for these emails. This is not a Discovery appliance setting.
it's ok actually we 're checking to Unix Team on the server .
Thanks a lot