Question about the RT Mail Loop detection

Good day,

on a local RT 4.0.7 installation (Debian Stable Packages) we have intermittent problems of RT detecting Mails as bounces (in general plausible). Unfortunately (Thanks to Exchange ;-)) we are having a bit of a problem in tracking it down.

RT sends a simple “RT thinks this message may be a bounce” with a simple text attachment with the mail content. It is indeed plausible, that it is a bounce, as it is a mail sent by RT during ticket creation, which immediately (1 minute later via cron) gets back to RT.

My problem here is that I am having great difficulty to narrow down, what exactly is happening here. Is there a way to get RT to give me the details of the bounced mail instead of only the content. Especially I would be interested in the full E-Mail Headers of the mail that came in and was detected as bounce. That would give me the chance to look into the question where it actually came from.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards
Torben Nehmer
Torben Nehmer
Diplom Informatiker (FH)
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