Email address Corruption

Posted on 2009-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Email addresses when the message is received from outside parties comes corrupted with a dot or space or underscore added between in the email address. We are using MS Exchange 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2003 Ent SP2, GFI ME, GFI Mail Security and IMF also installed. Any help would be appreciated
Question by:atssuresh

    Expert Comment

    Look at your GFI setup properties to see if there is anything that may be leading to this.
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    Accepted Solution

    Just try to disable GFI services.. reboot the server and then check if its still causing the issue...
    search for stopsink in gfi folder in program files and stop the gfi sink...
    restart the smtp service..
    let me know the results..


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