Lking Posted April 7, 2009 Share Posted April 7, 2009 Well, yes - IF similar is in the outer 'envelope' that the reporter uses to 'forward as attachment' to SC but which is stripped off by SC before developing the parse. We don't get to see that discarded stuff ordinarily (unless the 'stripping' goes awry which it almost never does under 'normal' circumstances). No reason to suppose it wouldn't be present though - but many unknowns in that statement. I'm not suggesting that we would see it. I was suggesting that the X-Mailer: line in the outer header could be used to exclude submit or quick emails sent using OutLook, before the attachments even get to the parser. I don't have Microsoft Office OutLook so I couldn't send myself an email so I could look at the header. So I looked at the emails I have received. I don't think it is to much of a stretch to assume other emails sent with OutLook would also have the X-Mailer line I quoted. We are talking about the mail client used by a reporter so I don't think we need to be concerned with forged headers. Or am I missing something? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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