I would like to ask some help in a weird problem.
I have an email header similar like this:
From: "John Doe" <email@example.com>
To: Jane Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'Kid Rock'" <email@example.com>
The problem is, that Jane Doe not received this email because we missing the quotation marks there, but Kid Rock received the email.
Our Exchange 2010 server probably denied this email with syntax error. What can I do to Jane Doe receive the email?
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