R: MailScanner header tags added to message body

Hugo van der Kooij hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org
Wed Nov 12 17:34:58 GMT 2008

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pippo at olidata.eu wrote:
> Googling a while, I found that it may be due to extra newline chars
> on some header lines, making the client think that the header is
> finished. Effectively, I found that the header tag X-OriginalArrivalTime
> may have a double newline character at the end. Anyway, i don't know
> how to fix it. I suppose that this tag is added by Postfix, before
> putting the message on hold, but I cannot find any Postfix option
> regarding this tag. Another possible fix may be instructing MS to
> put its tags on top of the others instead of appending. Again I don't
> know how to do it (if possible).

That is most definitly not a default postfix header. Google was kind
enough to inform me that this is in fact a Hotmail header:

I have seen headers break up in situations where someone ignores the RFC
and starts to use something besides the CR-LF combinations that one MUST
use at the end of a line.


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	A: Yes.
	>Q: Are you sure?
	>>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
	>>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?

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