It depends on the format in which you're putting a table to your email. In most cases it's a plain HTML Table Element in HtmlBody field of your EmailMessage object.
If this is your case you can parse your code using XML Tools for Apex.
I work for an ISV and we recently received some reports from customers of the same error.
We've narrowed it down to the following:
This only affects those who've have had a Salesforce IQ application installed in their Org. Uninstalling alone doesn't resolve the problem.
This only occurs in Spring 20 pre-release sandboxes. We've seen this specifically in ...
This should work without issue.
Suppose your E2C email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The E2C configuration binds this to some SFDC-generated address looking like blahblah..na56.salesforce.com
If you define an Email Service foo, there is a SFDC generated address that looks like foo....apex.na56.salesforce.com
Now, in your company's mail server, you set up auto-...