Have the same thing with a message with a CTRL-Z in the from/reply-to line.  it's fine as a local delivery, but since forwards even within the same domain go in &[EMAIL PROTECTED] then it gets called with qmail-inject. 

> From: "Eva Andrews" <)^Z>
> X-Mailer: The Bat! (v2.00.9) Business
> Reply-To: "Eva Andrews" <)^Z>

I don't think this is directly linked to the previous malformed e-mail that had no Return-Path but instead had Return-Path: Received, as this has a ^Z in the mail from whereas the e-mail before seemed to have normal characters... unless it's all-round the use of qmail-inject as Jeremy suggests.


Reply via email to