Forwarded message has "Suspicious URL" in the subject line

Posted on 2011-10-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-07
Exchange 2010, Office 2010 environment. A user is forwarding an email and the recipients get "Suspicious URL" in the subject line. This happens to all internal/external recipients of this message. Have not yet tested multiple emails.
Question by:Chuck Cobern
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    any example / screenshot?
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    by:Deepu Chowdary
    This is happening when ever he was forwarding mails..?
    Are those mails are from a trusted source..?
    What happens when he sends a new mail..

    Author Comment

    by:Chuck Cobern
    Apologies for the late response. I discovered the issue was coming from a Trend Micro product that was set to protect web reputation. After disabling that feature, the issue was resolved.


    Expert Comment

    I have the same issue. When my client sends a message the subject line does not have the "Suspicious URL" appended. However when the recipient responds, the subject line now includes "Suspicious URL" appended to the original subject line. My question is: is this originating from the sender or from responder? I believe that this coming from the responding email thru some kind of blacklist thru their spam or antivirus device. Any thoughts or words of advise?
    Thank you.

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