One of the users on our network has a virus, which is causing his computer to send spam through our Domino server. How do we detect which user has that virus? This is posing a problem because our server is being blocked by other domains as a spammer.
Get, install, and use a good workstation-based antivirus product, such as Norton AntiVirus.
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