By frannac ·
Hoping someone can point me in the right direction,
I have a Centos 5.5 mailserver running, with users connecting via vpn
to our main site hosting the mailserver.
I have a few users complaining about their mail, mail not containing any data,
some only contain ------=_NextPart_000_001B_01CC3FC2.956CE9D0--
or variations thereof, other showing there is new mail, but with nothing in the sender or subject line, also no data in email.
All users use outlook 2010.
What I've done so far : Uninstalled 2010, cleaned the registry as good as I can,
installed 2007, same problem, deleted user on mail server, recreated them.
There's one user that doesn't have the problem anymore, but I sent her a brand new computer. Tried it with another user, but no luck there. I also installed live mail to see if it's a outlook problem, but the mail also does the same there.

Anything else I can try ?

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Answers

Collapse -

got DSPAM?

by robo_dev In reply to Email

DSPAM sometimes borks and sends a blank email of what it was supposed to quarantine.


Sometimes spammers send intentional blank emails to evade content filters.

Sometimes emails with active (raw) content get mangled by things like DSPAM

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by frannac In reply to got DSPAM?

That's the thing that's worrying me, the mail is stuffed up in the mail client, but when I log into the user mailbox on the server, the mail is fine, when I forward it to the user, the mail shows up as if nothing ever happened.

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by frannac In reply to got DSPAM?

Using spamassasin. But it's JUST a few users. None other in the company get's this.

Collapse -

What are you scanning the mail with?

by Kenone In reply to Email

Could be your AV program. Try turning it off for a short bit just as a test.

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by frannac In reply to What are you scanning the ...

I use NOD on all my workstations, will see what it does...

Related Discussions

Related Forums