How to Remove X-headers
ms-list at alexb.ch
Thu Mar 12 12:51:28 GMT 2009
On 3/12/2009 12:34 PM, Glenn Steen wrote:
> 2009/3/12 Alex Broens <ms-list at alexb.ch>:
>> On 3/12/2009 11:07 AM, Randal, Phil wrote:
>>> We've hit the same issue this week.
>>> The relevant Microsoft documentation is here:
>>> Understanding the Impact of Named Property and Replica Identifier Limits
>>> on Exchange Databases
>>> Events 9666, 9667, 9668, and 9669 Received When Named Properties or
>>> Replica Identifiers Are Depleted for An Exchange Database
>>> Note how Microsoft has completely lost the plot on this one, and fails
>>> to understand that there could be any number of unique X- header lines,
>>> not just their arbitrary limit of at most 327766 "Named properties".
>> BIG LAUGH! whoever came up with this scheme should be sued.. na.. better:
>> whatever... I wouldn't play with mime headers but start eliminating
>> unnecesssary MailScanner Organisation etc headers, bulker's X- tracking
>> headers, List mail bloat, yahoo groups bloat, etc etc.
>> playing with MUA Mime headers and OLE/etc is definitely the VERY wrong way
>> to go.
>> PS: Long live real *mail* storage platforms.
> Unbeleivable. Sigh. But then ... M$ never had the plot to lose, now did they?:-)
655360 bytes total conventional memory
655360 bytes available to MS-DOS
627552 largest executable program size
1048576 bytes total contiguous extended memory
0 bytes available contiguous extended memory
941056 bytes available XMS memory
MS-DOS resident in High Memory Area
does this ring any bell?
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