I just got an email from one of my corporate clients (meaning he uses Outlook and Exchange Server). I've been using Gmail for a long time with no problems. This morning, however, he sent me one of my emails that had the message body stripped out, and it was replaced with this message:
The original contents of this file have been replaced with this message because of its characteristics.
File name: 'Body of Message' Malware name: 'EngineError'
The original email didn't contain any attachments; it was just a short message. I Googled this but couldn't find anything that I could point my client to. (My assumption, of course, being that it must be a problem on HIS end.)
Does anyone else have any experience with this happening, or better still, know how to fix it?