How to Remove X-headers

Randal, Phil prandal at
Thu Mar 12 16:11:17 GMT 2009

Kai Schaetzl wrote:
> Phil Randal wrote on Thu, 12 Mar 2009 10:07:07 -0000:
>> 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". 
> I understand that
> article in a way that it uses only *specific* X-header lines for
> this, not all of them. However, even for this subset it is ridiculous
> to set a limit that is so small (8000 for unauthenticated users!) and
> needs those extensive procedures to be changed.   
> Kai

That's not how I read it.

Ironically, our MS Exchange moaned about an X-.....-Mailscanner.....



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