Could not analyze report?

Stephe Campbell campbell at CNPAPERS.COM
Fri Oct 10 15:39:10 IST 2003

She does use folders. But these emails all come into that folder
individually, and she needs the body (results of the web form from 400+
different people - it's kind of a survey) of all of these in one Word
document. She then deletes the HTML and gets a count of the individual
senders plus their web form results and some other stuff. It's a simple way
of doing this without databases and programming and debugging and retest,

Steve Campbell
campbell at
Charleston Newspapers

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ugo Bellavance" <ugob at CAMO-ROUTE.COM>
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: Could not analyze report?

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Stephe Campbell [mailto:campbell at CNPAPERS.COM]
> Envoyé : Friday, October 10, 2003 10:21 AM
> Objet : Re: Could not analyze report?
> I am running the latest versions of both MS & SA.
> As to Mr. Hirsh:
>    I am not sure these are considered attachments because
> they are received
> as one long body. I had considered that though and have the
> default set to
> 200. I could up this just to see if this is what is really doing this
> though.
> As to Mr. Spicer:
>    I assume these are 400+ inline parts of one body. This is
> the way is has
> alway been performed and has worked. The output of the form
> is actually only
> a few lines with the encapsulating HTML around it ( the
> common BODY, HEAD
> stuff, nothing fancy). The quarantined part of the email
> lands in quarantine
> as a file named 'message' and has all of the individual stuff that is
> supposed to be forwarded.
> As to Mr. Bellavance:
>    This is her quick and easy way to combine 400+ emails into
> one email
> body. It actually works quite well, with the exception of now
> it doesn't.
> BTW, as usual, I forgot to mention the Subject in the sysadmin report
> indicates : Warning: E-mail viruses detected. This is
> throwing me a little
> as to what direction to lean.
> As best as I could find, this Subject line is kind of generic.
> Thanks
> Steve Campbell
> campbell at
> Charleston Newspapers

It is probably that one of the message has dangerous HTML that is considered
as a virus.  No attachment ot the sysadmin report?

It is quite a weird way to manage messages.  I hope she doesn't do that with
her ISP too.

Why doesn't she use folders ? :)

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