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Where are these messages coming from?

Posted on 2008-10-24
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I know this is a generic non-delivery message, thing is...I turned it on and I can't remember where.
Was it in Exchange 2003 System Manager?
The Exchange server properties?
The settings in our Barracuda 300 Spam Firewall?

I've looked...grr...can't find it.

ALL the messages come from "System Administrator" and
All the topics start with "Undeliverable".
   I"m the admin and I turned this on to get the messages, I just can't remember where to turn it off!
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by:Delphineous Silverwing
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Look at the Internet Headers to help determine if it is internal from Exchange or from the Baracuda
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by:TangenTWhit
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I tried viewing the headers in Outlook 2007, (according to these instructions)
http://daily-it.blogspot.com/2008/01/view-email-headers-in-outlook-2007.html

but the "lower right op the options ribbon" doesn't appear with these certain messages. Does that mean they have no header?
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Try right clicking the message and select "Options" --- This will bring up the information window that contains the Internet Headers.  If the "Internet Headers" section is blank, then the message is internal.
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by:TangenTWhit
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Thank you.
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