Derek Ragona wrote:
> It may be corrupted by spam. This happens when SPAM has bad headers. This
> effects all POP clients/servers.
OK, is there any easy repair process that I can use to remedy the
situation? Second, why isn't the mail corrupted on the mail server that
I am getting this mail from? If it corrupts my mbox, then why not theirs?
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