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<DIV>Remove These Headers = X-Mozilla-Status: X-Mozilla-Status2: Disposition-Notification-To: Return-Receipt-To:<BR><BR></DIV>
<DIV>Shawn Iverson<BR>Rush County Schools<BR>District Technology Coordinator<BR><A href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A></DIV>>>> Kevin Miller <Kevin_Miller@ci.juneau.ak.us> 2/26/2014 6:40 PM >>><BR>It looks like all your X-headers are being stripped. I don't see any of these (which are present on our outgoing messages:<BR> X-Rushville-MailScanner-EFA-Information: Please contact email@example.com for more information<BR> X-Rushville-MailScanner-EFA-ID: B3A7A80085.AF60E<BR> X-Rushville-MailScanner-EFA: Found to be clean<BR> X-Rushville-MailScanner-EFA-From: firstname.lastname@example.org<BR> X-Rushville-MailScanner-EFA-Watermark: 1393889850.17369@8yKbOlpq7bdTT0q0qeBUZg<BR> X-Spam-Status: No<BR><BR>Could be their Exchange server. Sometimes they do funny things. <BR><BR>In MailScanner.conf, what do you have for the "Remove These Headers" line?<BR><BR>Since you can use a ruleset, as a last resort you might just want to not check watermarks from zone.com and other domains that are screwy. If there's just a few, that's workable. If not, then it becomes a game of whack-a-mole and quickly becomes a chore...<BR><BR>...Kevin<BR>--<BR>Kevin Miller<BR>Network/email Administrator, CBJ MIS Dept.<BR>155 South Seward Street<BR>Juneau, Alaska 99801<BR>Phone: (907) 586-0242, Fax: (907) 586-4500<BR>Registered Linux User No: 307357 <BR><BR><BR></DIV><br />--
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