Corrupt mail message


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Soldier

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Has anyone heard of receiving a message that looks like this: "A
corrupt mail message, ID 1184275272518 from <[email protected]*********> has
been detected." THis message is received seconds after sending
messages and sometimes after replying to emails. It doesnt happen all
the time, and when it does the message is still delivered with no
problems. ANy ideas would be great thanks all.
 
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Has anyone heard of receiving a message that looks like this: "A
corrupt mail message, ID 1184275272518 from <[email protected]*********> has
been detected." THis message is received seconds after sending
messages and sometimes after replying to emails. It doesnt happen all
the time, and when it does the message is still delivered with no
problems. ANy ideas would be great thanks all.

So are we to guess if this e-mail was put into your mailbox by your own
mail server or that it was bounced back from the receiving mail server.
Since you won't divulge the e-mail along with headers then no one other
than you knows what you got.
 
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Soldier

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So are we to guess if this e-mail was put into your mailbox by your own
mail server or that it was bounced back from the receiving mail server.
Since you won't divulge the e-mail along with headers then no one other
than you knows what you got.
Sorry I forgot to put that in there. It comes from a blank recipient
and the entire body of the message is that " A corrupt mail
message ...". THere is nothing in any of the server logs to indicate
that it came from my server, but also nothing to show that it came
from somewhere else. It is a very odd problem.
 
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Soldier- Did you ever find a fix for this? I am having the exact same problem but on my work email so @workdomain.com. Please help
 

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