OK, I have a stumper for everyone here.
I am running a SBS 2003 server with Exchange. I have one user who is getting random emails where the message body suddenly gets cut off....that's right, in the middle of a sentance in the body of the email.
Below is an example:
We have received your return and credit has
been issued to your card as described below.
This credit will show on your next credit
See how the message was cut off at "If"
- On my server, I have disable all spam filtering ( I have GFI Mail Essentials) and any Exchange spam filtering.
- Other users on the same network will get the same message, but it is this particular user that get the message truncated.
- The message is already truncated on the server before the user views it in their Outlook 2003 mail client mailbox. In fact, a incident this troubled user told me today is that another user received a message addressed to both of them....the user not having trouble with truncated emails downloaded (did a Send/Receive) the message to their Outlook 2003....message was healthy and all present. The troubled user later downloaded that same message to her Outlook 2003 inbox and to my understanding, this email came in trucated to her inbox, AND as soon as she did that, the other user went back to re-read the message that got downloaded to her inbox - and it appeared to be truncated also!!! I was told this over the phone in the afternoon today, and that's what I understood from what they told me.
- Mail is coming in directly on port 25 to my Exchange server.
This problem is keeping me up at night and is very stressful. This user is the receptionist at my church so she receives a lot of important email.