On Sat, 10 May 2008 at 10:13 +0200, mouss@netoyen.net confabulated:

> Randy Ramsdell wrote:
>> [snip]
>> Scratch that and reverse it. If it does match, then it will score the
>> message header as fake. oops sorry. Let me check some more things.

>
> Did outlook really generate this message-id:
>
> Message-ID: <74BC081D12754719AD817A909757BB09@server>


I just sent myself a test message from Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2180:

Message-ID: <000601c8b29d$411e6620$fe01a8c0@meme>

The message ID's part before the '@' and is two characters less than what
you show. 'meme' is the name of my computer. Outlook and Outlook Express
use the name of the computer in the message ID after the '@'. I don't have
access to Outlook for testing.

On a side note, Outlook and Outlook Express also HELO with the computer's
name when sending a message through an email server.