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Does anyone know what configuration changes I need to make in order to allow the message body to come through when I telnet into my recieve connector on port 25.  For example:
Telnet Servername 25
mail from:who@cares.com
rcpt to:Idont@dont.com
data
subject:hello
this is a test
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However when I receive the message it is missing the body??????
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Check this out:
http://www.msexchange.org/articles/MS_Exchange_SMTP_POP3_and_Telnet.html
I tried it on mine too and the body didnt come through.
You have to add another <cr> after the subject.  
I tested and it worked on my exchange 2007 server.


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