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Aleksandar Devecerski

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Wrong date/time in Outlook after message copy action - 12:01pm Oct 14, 2022 CDT - Yes, this option is enabled.
I don't remember turning it on. Was it maybe turned on by some of the upgrades?..

Wrong date/time in Outlook after message copy action - 12:23pm Oct 13, 2022 CDT - ) What version of MDaemon are you using?

22.0.3

) Can you send yourself a test message, and then send me the MSG file that is placed into your mailbox on the MDaemon server?
) Can you also include the inbound SMTP, content filter, and routing logs that show the test message being accepted and processed by MDaemon?..

Wrong date/time in Outlook after message copy action - 01:35am Oct 13, 2022 CDT - ) We can look into it if you want or you can just change the rule back to using the received header.

Reverted the rule back to Received header

Regarding (missing) X-MDaemon-Deliver-To header, yes, sure let's look into that, especially if that indicates some kind of potential issue.

) I submitted a bug on this to be fixed for a future version...

Wrong date/time in Outlook after message copy action - 01:22pm Oct 12, 2022 CDT - Hello Arron

Made a copy of the rule, new test list to try all this,...

) X-MDaemon-Deliver-To header, instead of the Received header.

Nope, that doesn't seem to work...

Wrong date/time in Outlook after message copy action - 12:09pm Oct 14, 2022 CDT - Hello all

Not really sure if this belongs in Content Filter discussion group, but I'll post it here.
We have a customer sending a lot of generic spare parts queries to our office@ account. What these messages have in common is they come from the same domain (different senders), contain (among other) file Report?????.docx in attachment and are bcc-ed to our office@ mailing list...

OK


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