Yes, I have this problem (an additional linefeed in the header) from one
of my IM installations. =20
I have carefully read mails with hexadecimal editor and there are not
additional characters there, then I can not see the problem.
Many others of my IM installations (more than 10) send mail without
problems. I am thinking to reinstall IM, if this solve the problem, I
will notice here.
(I have receive notice that Lotus Notes reader, hang with this problem in
Con fecha 21/2/2006, "Gavin McCullagh" <gmccullagh@...> escribi=F3:
>On Mon, 20 Feb 2006, Aran Deltac wrote:
>> Have any of you guys noticed how mail sent with ilohamail gets kind
>> foobed up when read in gmail? I've tried sending to yahoo, outlook,
>> pegasus, and other e-mail client and they all read the message fine.
>I've noticed that your email is double spaced. Is this on purpose?
>> So, obviously its a gmail bug, but I've not gotten any kind of helpful
>> response from google about this problem.
>I wouldn't be too certain yet. Amavis (my mail scanner) added this warning =
>X-Amavis-Alert: BAD HEADER Improper folded header field made up entirely of =
whitespace in message header 'Received':
>This looks related. It sounds like Amavis fixed it, but it was broken on
>> Basically gmail puts extra
>> newlines in after the Subject header, thus any subsequent headers are
>> included in the body of the message. I've been poking around the
>> ilohamail code a bit to find a workaround, but no luck yet. Anyone else
>> resolved this?
>I wonder is your subject line getting double-spaced too?
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Con fecha 22/2/2006, "Aran Deltac" <aran@...> escribi=F3:
>On 2/21/2006, "Andrew Alderwick" <andrew@...> wrote:
>>On 21/2/2006, "Rodolfo Pilas" <rodolfo@...> wrote:
>>I've always presumed it was something to do with sendmail or whatever
>>MTA people use. I remember replying to someone with the same problem a
>>few months ago, but he didn't follow up on whether my suggestions made
>>a difference or not.
>>Rodolfo and Aran, try using SMTP directly (if you can) and see if the
>>problem goes away. I wonder if the MTA problem originates from the
>>linefeed character Iloha uses?
>I set $SMTP_SERVER to "localhost" instead of the default "" and it
>now works just fine. :-/
Yes this fix the problem (it is easy to check with Gmail)
I have just submited a bug report http://iloha.igloonet.com/iloha/ticket/4