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I have trace that is displaying something that I have never seen before in Wireshark. The traffic is all SMTP but the reassembled packets that include multiple previous frames show up in the Wireshark info as:

S: | | | | | | | | | | |

Has anyone ever seen this before?

asked 24 Oct '13, 09:01

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That's emtpy lines (newline) sent by the server. Every | marks a new line. Right-click on any of the SMTP frames and choose Follow TCP Stream and you'll see it.

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Kurt

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answered 24 Oct '13, 14:30

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edited 25 Oct '13, 06:38

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