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  • Question

  • Hi,

       The server is a server 2003 with Exchange 2003 running. For some reason, we have a user receiving strange emails every so often showing the entire header within the email.

    Here part of the email they receive:

    .  .com>
    Received: from smtp01.bis6.us.blackberry.com ([74.1.1.1]) by
    tex1-mh335.smtproutes.com [(10.1.1.1)] with ESMTP via TCP; 22 Nov
    2011 11:53:15 -0600
    Received: from b28.c6.bise6.blackberry ([192.168.0.128])
    by srs.bis6.us.blackberry.com (8.13.7 TEAMON/8.13.7) with ESMTP
    id pAMHquCv032487
    for <tester@receivedomain.com>; Tue, 22 Nov 2011 17:52:56 GMT
    Received: from 172.1.1.1 (cmp40.c6.bise6.blackberry
    [172..1.1.1])
    by b28.c6.bise6.blackberry (8.13.7 TEAMON/8.13.7) with ESMTP id
    pAMHqt0M018511
    for <tester@receivedomain.com>; Tue, 22 Nov 2011 17:52:55 GMT
    X-rim-org-msg-ref-id: 725275011
    Message-ID:
    <725275011-1321984375-cardhu_decombobulator_blackberry.rim.net-174894419
    3-@b1.c6.bise6.blackberry>
    Reply-To: sender@senderdomain.com
    X-Priority: Normal
    References:
    <CA+0poi3JeVLqxTQ-Dbdze4e518fNuQaC4TRzC481p+2f=yiv_g@mail.gmail.com>
    <A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193ABED@emaildomain.domain.local>
    <CA+0poi04YyK4gxps0ZKdJze528Uf3pbGPXLpLd3c5fOEuq3L0A@mail.gmail.com>
    <A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193AD18@emaildomain.domain.local>
    In-Reply-To:
    <A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193AD18@emaildomain.domain.local>
    Sensitivity: Normal
    Importance: Normal
    Subject: Re: test

    SGUgYWN0dWFsbHkgbmV2ZXIgcmV0dXJuZWQgZW1haWwgb3IgdGVsZXBob25lISANCkhhcHB5
    IHRo
    YW5rc2dpdmluZyEhIQ0KU2VudCBmcm9tIG15IFZlcml6b24gV2lyZWxlc3MgQmxhY2tCZXJy
    eQ0K
    DQotLS0tLU9yaWdpbmFsIE1lc3NhZ2UtLS0tLQ0KRnJvbTogIkVyaW4gQXJkbGVpZ2giIDxF
    QXJk
    bGVpZ2hAd2Fzc29jaWF0ZXNueS5jb20+DQpEYXRlOiBUdWUsIDIyIE5vdiAyMDExIDExOjQ0
    OjI3
    IA0KVG86IEpheW5lIExhdHo8amF5bmVAY29ycG9yYXRlc3BlZWNoc29sdXRpb25zLmNvbT4N
    ClN1
    YmplY3Q6IFJFOiByb29tIGZvciBzZW1pbmFycyBhdCBtZWMNCg0KSSBzYXcgdGhhdCB5b3Ug
    Y2hh
    bmdlZCB5b3VyIHZlbnVlLiBEaWQgeW91IGV2ZXIgZ2V0IGluIHRvdWNoIHdpdGgNCkdlcmFy
    ZD8N
    Cg0KIA0KDQpFcmluIEFyZGxlaWdoDQoNCldlY2hzbGVyIEFzc29jaWF0ZXMsIEluYy4NCg0K
    MjEy
    LTU4My0wODAwDQoNCmVhcmRsZWlnaEB3YXNzb2NpYXRlc255LmNvbQ0KDQp3d3cud2Fzc29j
    aWF0
    ZXNueS5jb20NC

    Is their any reason why this might be happening and anyway to determine a way to fix it.

    Tuesday, November 22, 2011 6:57 PM

Answers

  • On Tue, 22 Nov 2011 18:57:33 +0000, MasterNe0 wrote:
     
    >
    >
    >Hi,
    >
    > The server is a server 2003 with Exchange 2003 running. For some reason, we have a user receiving strange emails every so often showing the entire header within the email.
    >
    >Here part of the email they receive:
    >
    >. .com>Received: from smtp01.bis6.us.blackberry.com ([74.1.1.1]) by tex1-mh335.smtproutes.com [(10.1.1.1)] with ESMTP via TCP; 22 Nov 2011 11:53:15 -0600Received: from b28.c6.bise6.blackberry ([192.168.0.128]) by srs.bis6.us.blackberry.com (8.13.7 TEAMON/8.13.7) with ESMTPid pAMHquCv032487 for <tester@receivedomain.com>; Tue, 22 Nov 2011 17:52:56 GMTReceived: from 172.1.1.1 (cmp40.c6.bise6.blackberry[172..1.1.1]) by b28.c6.bise6.blackberry (8.13.7 TEAMON/8.13.7) with ESMTP idpAMHqt0M018511 for <tester@receivedomain.com>; Tue, 22 Nov 2011 17:52:55 GMTX-rim-org-msg-ref-id: 725275011Message-ID:<725275011-1321984375-cardhu_decombobulator_blackberry.rim.net-1748944193-@b1.c6.bise6.blackberry>Reply-To: sender@senderdomain.comX-Priority: NormalReferences:<CA+0poi3JeVLqxTQ-Dbdze4e518fNuQaC4TRzC481p+2f=yiv_g@mail.gmail.com> <A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193ABED@emaildomain.domain.local> <CA+0poi04YyK4gxps0ZKdJze528Uf3pbGPXLpLd3c5fOEuq3L0A@mail.gmail.com>
    ><A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193AD18@emaildomain.domain.local>In-Reply-To:<A100B68B4937E14A94B88CC7BCEAEC2E0193AD18@emaildomain.domain.local>Sensitivity: NormalImportance: NormalSubject: Re: testSGUgYWN0dWFsbHkgbmV2ZXIgcmV0dXJuZWQgZW1haWwgb3IgdGVsZXBob25lISANCkhhcHB5IHRoYW5rc2dpdmluZyEhIQ0KU2VudCBmcm9tIG15IFZlcml6b24gV2lyZWxlc3MgQmxhY2tCZXJyeQ0KDQotLS0tLU9yaWdpbmFsIE1lc3NhZ2UtLS0tLQ0KRnJvbTogIkVyaW4gQXJkbGVpZ2giIDxFQXJkbGVpZ2hAd2Fzc29jaWF0ZXNueS5jb20+DQpEYXRlOiBUdWUsIDIyIE5vdiAyMDExIDExOjQ0OjI3IA0KVG86IEpheW5lIExhdHo8amF5bmVAY29ycG9yYXRlc3BlZWNoc29sdXRpb25zLmNvbT4NClN1YmplY3Q6IFJFOiByb29tIGZvciBzZW1pbmFycyBhdCBtZWMNCg0KSSBzYXcgdGhhdCB5b3UgY2hhbmdlZCB5b3VyIHZlbnVlLiBEaWQgeW91IGV2ZXIgZ2V0IGluIHRvdWNoIHdpdGgNCkdlcmFyZD8NCg0KIA0KDQpFcmluIEFyZGxlaWdoDQoNCldlY2hzbGVyIEFzc29jaWF0ZXMsIEluYy4NCg0KMjEyLTU4My0wODAwDQoNCmVhcmRsZWlnaEB3YXNzb2NpYXRlc255LmNvbQ0KDQp3d3cud2Fzc29jaWF0ZXNueS5jb20NC
     
    >Is their any reason why this might be happening and anyway to determine a way to fix it.
     
    The message contains an empty line in the message headers. That empty
    line is the separator between headers and body.
     
    If the message is arriving at your server in that way there's nothing
    you can do to fix it -- it's broken at the sender's side.
     
    ---
    Rich Matheisen
    MCSE+I, Exchange MVP
     

    --- Rich Matheisen MCSE+I, Exchange MVP
    Wednesday, November 23, 2011 4:03 AM