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Emails from online survey system go to Exchange 2003 > Outlook look strange

I am running Exchange 2003.
 
Any reason why emails are coming out like this? (see code below) I can receive these survey emails fine on GMAIL and other Exchange servers.
 
Your help is much appreciated.
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=simple/simple;  d=surveymonkey.com; i=member@surveymonkey.com;  q=dns/txt; s=default; t=1319085132; x=1350621132;  h=received:monkey-id:message-id:mime-version:from:sender:   to:reply-to:date:subject:content-type:   content-transfer-encoding;  z=Received:=20from=20unknown=20(HELO=20SJC-WEB03)=20([10.1   0.4.13])=0D=0A=20=20by=20mail3.surveymonkey.com=20with=20   ESMTP=3B=2019=20Oct=202011=2021:32:11=20-0700|monkey-id:   =2058821973|Message-ID:=20634546819316328974@surveymonkey   .com|MIME-Version:=201.0|From:=20"indigenousscholarships@   auroraproject.com.au=20via=20surveymonkey.com"=0D=0A=20<m   ember@surveymonkey.com>|Sender:=20survey-noreply@bounce.s   urveymonkey.com|To:=20administrator@auroraproject.com.au   |Reply-To:=20indigenousscholarships@auroraproject.com.au   |Date:=2019=20Oct=202011=2021:32:11=20-0700|Subject:=20   =3D?utf-8?B?TmV3IEluZGlnZW5vdXMgU2Nob2xhcnNoaXBzIHdlYnNpd   GUgLSBVc2VyIHRlc3Rpbmcgc3VydmV5?=3D|Content-Type:=20text/   plain=3B=20charset=3Dutf-8|Content-Transfer-Encoding:=20b   ase64;  bh=AWc+GQFG4fMPq5XFJv6yJNXsr0ESCe1nY1uEID7r23A=;  b=MgaIQn9GSK0dkiHWSOVIkaNJnHmsTAhii9hDG1xcYs2+I+N/kpzjXZyB   vPrI03vKxEsdbjqkxyIpRBDvZehY/6BwVYYs79ar+Ux7ALKSCBEIC613n   ztbeOvq94EirS36;

Received: from unknown (HELO SJC-WEB03) ([10.10.4.13])  by mail3.surveymonkey.com with ESMTP; 19 Oct 2011 21:32:11 -0700

monkey-id: 58821973

Message-ID: 634546819316328974@surveymonkey.com

MIME-Version: 1.0

From: "user@domain.com.au via surveymonkey.com" <member@surveymonkey.com>

Sender: survey-noreply@bounce.surveymonkey.com

To: administrator@domain.com.au

Reply-To: user@domain.com.au

Date: 19 Oct 2011 21:32:11 -0700

Subject: =?utf-8?B?TmV3IEluZGlnZW5vdXMgU2Nob2xhcnNoaXBzIHdlYnNpdGUgLSBVc2VyIHRlc3Rpbmcgc3VydmV5?=

Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64

X-GFI-P2E: AURORA-TS

X-OriginalArrivalTime: 20 Oct 2011 04:35:21.0048 (UTC) FILETIME=[AD239D80:01CC8EE1]

 

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the_omnificAuthor Commented:
I get the same problem if I view the message via owa! Any ideas?
   
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the_omnificAuthor Commented:
(owa on the same Exchange 2003 Server)
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trackstudio10Commented:
As I understand, mesage subject and body are delivered in base64 encoding. I was able to decode it using http://www.webpan.com/Customers/Email/base64_conversion.htm

If the problem is specific for Exchange server 2003, please try to apply hotfix from Microsoft, available at
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885419
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the_omnificAuthor Commented:
The hotfix is for SP1 only. I am running Exchange 2003 SP2
   
Agh! any other ideas?
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Shamshad78Commented:
try changing the the Browser
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the_omnificAuthor Commented:
Browser? What do you mean?
 
I am using Microsoft Outlook and Exchange 2003. I am not using a browser
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trackstudio10Commented:
Not sure about other possible changes on MS Exchange server side

If possible please contact surveymonkey to make them change

Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64

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to something different, for example

Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8-bit

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the_omnificAuthor Commented:
I have sent an email to them. Let hope that they can.
   
The strange thing is that I can send these emails to other 2003 exchange servers and I am able to view it fine.
 
argh!
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