URL arrives missing in mail missing one character

I have written a Lotus Script agent that sends an email notification to a user with a hyperlink to the document that they can click on to view the document.  If I route the message to the clients exchange server, it chops off the first character of the URL so instead of this:

<A href="http://www.myserver/mydatabase/myview/mydoc">Click here to view document</A>

they get this:

<A href="ttp://www.myserver/mydatabase/myview/mydoc">Click here to view document</A>

notice the missing "h" which causes the link not to work.  If I route the message to another mail server, the link arrives intack.  It is only on the clients exchange serve that this behavior occurs.

Any ideas?
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qwaleteeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Must be a problem either on the Exchaneg side, or, if using the Domino Connector for Exchange, it could be a problem with the connector.  There's really no way to know.  More bad news -- it probably can't be fixed. One bit of good news -- if it is the ocnnector, it might be possible to route the message via SMTP instead.
ccarlson62Author Commented:

No connector involved here.  I was leaning toward thier spam filter (they use Spam Assasin) doing something funky.

p_parthaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Just a thought, Can you try giving with out the http://

ccarlson62Author Commented:
Well, my solution is not pretty but it works.  I am sending the URL with an extra "h" like this


The exchange server still strips the first character so the links work now.  Now I just have to worry about them fixing it.

Thanks for the suggestions.
That's funny, but just chekc whether it is consistent , otherewise you are again in trouble :|

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