For Windows 2000 Server, the default location of the Mailroot folder is %SystemRoot%\Inetpub\Mailroot; however, you can designate a different location during Setup. For Exchange 2000, the default location of the Mailroot folder is %SystemRoot%\Program Files\Exchsrvr\Mailroot\Vsi_1. To designate a different location for Exchange 2000, you must modify the registry and the metabase.
The SMTP service accepts SMTP Request for Comments (RFC)-822 formatted messages for delivery. The service builds the RFC-821 header based on the 822 information in the file. To create an SMTP RFC-822 formatted message, follow these steps:
- Create the file using a text editor such as Microsoft Notepad, and then type the message information into the file.
- Save the file without an extension. To do so in Notepad, insert quotation marks (" ") around the file name, and then save the file.
When the file name includes quotation marks, Notepad saves the document as a .txt file by default. The name of the file is irrelevant, you can name the file to suit your needs.
The following text is an example of a basic RFC-822 formatted file:
subject:This is a test.
this is a test.
Messages that are dropped in the Pickup folder display the following text at the start of the message header:
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