When you look at it in the message log, it is far worse than I thought. Here it
Quote:> c=US;a= ;p=domain1;l=SERVER1-001030140156Z-
188 /O=DOMAIN1/OU=SERVER1/CN=RECIPIENTS/CN=KJCOGGINS G
with Internet Mail Service (5.5.2650.21)
id <V8STVT2B>; Mon, 30 Oct 2000 14:01:58 -0000
Subject: TEST EMAIL
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 14:01:56 -0000
X-Mailer: Internet Mail Service (5.5.2650.21)
In IMC props/Diag logging set logging level for Message Archival to MAX and
Then send _small_ message to outside, find corresponding file in
\exchsrvr\imcdata\out\archive and post it here.
> We recently re-installed Exchange on one of our servers, the way you sometimes
> do. Since then, the SMTP headers on our e-mails seem to have been broken. Mail
> servers receiving e-mail via that server cannot correctly parse the mail header,
> so they display it as part of the message body. "From" and "Subject" appear
> blank when viewed through Inbox - and more importantly, file attachments remain
> undetected and undecoded.
> The culprit appears to be a stray ">" character at the top of each mail. Please
> does anybody know how to make it go away?
> Mike Seabrook
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