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    CDO and Received Headers

    microsoft.public.exchange.development microsoft.public.exchange2000.development Try this one: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default....er_received.asp Note... without exchange server loaded Windows 2000 CDO only returns 1 received header per it's documentation. Feels a lot like that. The Linux idea is not a bad one, but for various reasons not of interest at this time. Yes I will look there some more as well. Not a clue... Wazoo doesn't ring any bells
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    CDO and Received Headers

    I have been trying for a while to get help with something in the Microsoft Newsgroups. I noticed that you have some knowledgeable people over here and was hoping maybe someone here could help me or recommend where I should go to get help. I am writing a spam filter using ISMTPOnArrival_OnArrival and testing on an exchange server 2000 system. There appears to be a bug in: objMsg.Fields.Item("urn:schemas:mailheader:received").Value The docs for it say say: This field contains all of the Received: headers for the message, delimited by a carriage return/line feed delimiter (\r\n). http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default....er_received.asp But it only returns the last server on my system. Does anyone know of a work around for this? This is a major problem for me as I need the spammers IP address. My server is backed up by my ISP servers and a lot of my spam is coming in with the IP address of my ISP server instead of the spammers IP address. When I look at the headers of the actual message in outlook all of the received headers do exist. Any help with this is greatly appreciated. Including letting me know if there is a better place to ask this question. Thanks John Fenton
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