> I'm just wondering if anyone has come across the situation where some
> peoples' emails always come through a mailing list system with the text
> body removed and lost, presumably due to the originator's email client
> or program not being compatible with the mailing list's design or
> If so, any idea of a fix ? - I appreciate this may go much deeper into
> the actual program design of the mailing list system. I am having the
> trouble with Mailgust, a php combined list/forum manager; although still
> in beta, I could use it if this 'bug' wasn't happening. I'm in close
> contact with the developer but we're all a bit stumped at the moment.
> I should add I tried Demime to act on all emails before they entered the
> mailing list, but that didn't correct the problem.
One possible explanation is that the list (or the server on which it is hosted)
is configured to strip MIME parts which are not 7-bit ASCII plain text. Your
message to this list would have fallen victim to such filter.
From the message headers:
>Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-1311022355-1078669210=:54684"
Internal MIME headers for part 1:
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
Internal MIME headers for part 2:
>Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
You should be able to determine whether this is, in fact, the root cause of the
problem by sending a single-part message using 7-bit ASCII plain text. I do not
know whether you can do that with the Yahoo! webmail client.
Senior Systems Administrator
University of Notre Dame