I keep losing emails from this person... which, since they're not addressed to me or my father, is rather embarrassing! The rule which ought to kick in and automatically accept them is not triggering, probably for the same reason that they are subsequently being deleted on the 'missing Message-id' rule: examination of the debugging dump gives the header as follows. (Original file was in CRLF format with assorted extra [0a] and [0d] characters, which I've represented manually to avoid e-mail programs' being too clever with them....) =20 =98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98[**** state =3D 9 - 6 bytes read to &= 22BC8 ****]=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98[0A]+OK=20 =98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98[**** state =3D 10 - 1448 bytes read = to &22BC8 ****]=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98[0A]Return-Path: <cybe= rvil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> X-Gradwell-POP3: delivered to <bazley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> at Fri, 14 = Jul 2006 03:54:40 +0100 Received: from lon-mail-3.gradwell.net [188.8.131.52] by azure.gradwel= l.net (Gradwell pop3-delivery-daemon); Fri, 14 Jul 2006 03:54:40 +0100 Received: from lon-mail-relay-1.gradwell.net ([184.108.40.206] country=3D= GB) by lon-mail-3.gradwell.net with esmtp (Gradwell gwh-smtpd 1.227= ) id 44b7076f.549e.2b5 for bazley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Fri, 14 Jul 2006 03:54:39 +0= 100 (envelope-sender <cybervil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>) Received: from newred.gradwell.net ([220.127.116.11]) by lon-mail-relay-1.gradwell.net with smtp (Exim 4.52 (FreeBSD)) id 1G1Dp9-000JE6-RI for bazley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Fri, 14 Jul 2006 03:54:39 +0100 Received: (qmail 56639 invoked from network); 14 Jul 2006 02:54:39 -0000 Received: from localhost (HELO localhost.localdomain) (127.0.0.1) by newred.gradwell.net with SMTP; 14 Jul 2006 02:54:39 -0000 From: "jo rodgers" <jo@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sender: "John Rodgers" <johnl.rodgers@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To: bazley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Madregalia - One last thing... Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 19:17:13 +0100 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=3D"----=3D_NextPart_000_000C_01C6A6B0.F3CD22C0" X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook, Build 11.0.6353 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2900.2869[0D]=98=98=98=98[= **** no line feed here... ****]=98=98=98=98[0A]=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98=98= =98=98=98[**** state =3D 10 - 429 bytes read to &22BC8 ****]=98=98=98=98=98= =98=98=98=98=98=98=98[0A][0A]Thread-Index: AcamqJAW0Vmzd3XGTTmb7ihdBWZg8g= =3D=3D Message-Id: <20060713181720.RTJS17397.aamtaout04-winn.ispmail.ntl.com@des= ktop> X-Envelope-To: desmond@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx X-claradeliver-Version: 4.22.20 X-UIDL: 1152814643.51028.mrpop.freeuk.net,S=3D5229 X-RCPT: desmond Status: U=20 X-Feathermail-Original-To: bazley@xxxxxxxxxx This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=3D_NextPart_000_000C_01C6A6B0.F3CD22C0 Clearly AntiSpam is downloading the entire message header, but ending processing when it encounters the LFLF code, before either the X-RCPT or Message-Id header fields can be read: as a result, the e-mails are being wrongly deleted. Is this the result of a malformed e-mail program at the far end, or is it a bug in AntiSpam? --=20 Harriet Bazley =3D=3D Loyaulte me lie =3D=3D ObChocolate: Nice!