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From: Vox (vox_at_gnulinux.org.mx)
Date: Tue Nov 19 2002 - 01:12:55 CST
This time Todd Lyons <toddmrball.net>
becomes daring and writes:
> There's quite a bit of difference between what gnus is sending out versus
> what other mailers are sending out. Gnus looks like it uses a static
> string of "=-=-=" for the seperator. There's nothing wrong with that.
> Everything looks ok except for the missing mime part delimiter that must
> start the first section. If that's not there, then it's no longer
I know that's what's getting to subscribers...but the thing is...the
mail is going out WITH boundary separators, and it's getting them
ripped between the moment my postfix dumps it on mandrakesecure's
server and the moment it gets out to the subscribers. It's very weird.
> You said that you have stuff bcc'd to you through a mail server. Send to
> me the message sent to the list that go bcc'd back to you (as a gzipped
> attachment) and I'll see if I can verify the message structure with what
> I'm seeing coming out of the mailing list.
It's totally different...it has the boundary separators here, but
not on the list. I'll send it to you in pvt mail.
> I too think it's gnus, but I don't know enough about emacs or gnus to say
> for sure.
The problem is that the mails are going to cooker and other
mandrake lists ok (well...readable, with boundary separators, but
with signatures broken by sympa often). So...it *is* something that
only happens in the mandrakesecure server...but I have no clue why.
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