Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer now with Message Header Analyzer

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Very popular web-based tool Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer now has new great feature: Message Analyzer

Now with Message Analyzer in Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer you can easly check  SMTP message headers which contains many informations which allows you to determine the origins of a message and how it made its way through one or more SMTP servers to its destination.

To use Message Analyzer, all you need to do is copy message headers from a message and paste them in the Message Analyzer tab on the RCA web site.


What can you do with Message Analyzer:

  • View the most important properties and total delivery time at a quick glance
  • Analyze the received headers and displays the longest delays quickly for easy discovery of sources of message transfer delays
  • Sort all headers by header name or value
  • Quickly collapse the sections that you don’t need
  • All processing is done in your browser, and no private information is shared with Microsoft
  • Useful for any header, whether generated by Exchange, Office 365, or any other RFC standard SMTP server or agent.


More informations you can find on Exchange Blog Team:

Introducing Message Analyzer, an SMTP header analysis tool in Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer


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