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Posted on 2007-04-04
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We have had an issue with an MS 2000 SBS Server.

We have received abatch of emails into the system and they were delivered as normal, dates/headers etc correct.
however, a while later we received the same email as plaintext only. There are no internet headers within the properties etc, which to me confirms it is the same email.

Any ideas how this may happen?

Thanks

chris
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If there were no Internet headers that usually signifies the messages were internally generated.
I don't imagine you have message tracking switched on.
The other thing you probably don't have is diags logging on Transport and Store so without any details to go on you're going to need to make sure there were no patches being applied or any odd happenings to the original message.
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