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E-Mail body dissapears when forwarding using Exchange

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I have an Exchange Server 2007 which is functioning correctly, however whenever I use the Management Console to set up a forward to either another account or an external recipient (under user Mail Flow settings, Delivery options) the e-mail is forwarded with title but a blank body.

If I set delivery to both the forwarded account and local mailbox, the body is missing from both copies of the received mail.

If I remove forwarding from the account mail is delivered to the Exchange server complete with body.

I have tried multiple accounts and contacts and forwarding both internally and externally, all of which exhibit the same problem.

Any help much appreciated.

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