Have a problem with a website contact form that is being stored in the hosting
companys webmail and not being delivered to to the user via the pop 3 connector.
The logs all relate to invalid email headers.
There is a contact form on the website that sends various
details, or you can email the address firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
A user account was created on the SBS 2011 server called enquiries with the email address
above then the details/passwords etc added in the pop connector.
Now when a potential customer fills in the form they are not being downloaded in the Enquiries mailbox, but obviously you can view them when you login to the webmail.
Like I say the the log says one or more - there is quite a lot - email messages in the pop3 mailbox account on the pop server have invalid header fields. Because of this, the messages cannot be delivered to the exchange server mailbox.
Is there a way round this? Hope this makes sense.
Thanks in advance.