Actually, I had this happen when someone sent a mail from an old Eudora client
(Eudora Lite 3.0.1 if I remember correctly) and (I think it was) Outlook
from IE4. I deemed it to be a bug in Outlook Express, removed the mail and
the sender not to send any more mail of that type to the recipient.
The mails had a quite large To:-header; I think that was the problem. This
should not be a problem in Outlook 2000 though..
At 05:55 PM 8/2/00 +0200, you wrote:
>On 2 Aug 00, at 10:44, Albert Hopkins wrote:
> > Does anyone else experience this? We randomly and unpredictably have
> > an occurrance whereby Outlook (2000) is unable to POP a message from
> > our (qmail) pop server. When I look in the users Maildir I see that
> > it's always dying on the same message.
>Isn't this the recent "malformed header" buffer overflow in Outlook?
>Please check the Date: field whether it's malformed. If it is,
>someone is intentionally sending messages to crash Outlook.
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