What is alert 8133?
GMS has received a line from the remote server which is too long. GMS has automatically truncated the line (i.e. cut the line into smaller parts) so that no problems occur within the software. The Internet Mail Standards specify the maximum line length that is allowed in email messages and the line has exceeded this maximum. The usual reason for this occuring is someone attempting to find an bug in GMS in an attempt to obtain control of your system.
In this case, session Undefined was processing a line which was too long from Undefined.
GMS automatically detected and corrected this problem so no action is required by you. You may wish to contact the owner of the server or client at Undefined in order to find out why their software is sending long lines.
- How do I contact the owner of a client?
- How do I contact the owner of a remote server?
- How do alerts work?
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