Hmmm...if that is a message which came *from* your copy of Outlook, then
I'm off base. The Status: U was added after the message left the sender's
machine. It doesn't look as if the problem is a spurious newline at the
end of a header, but strictly that charset thing.
(Eudora, by the way, excised the charset thing from the quote...I put it
Can someone help Ralph tame Outlook?
At 21:02 -0600 11/2/00, ©¿© wrote:
><x-charset iso-8859-1>Thanks John!
>These are the last four lines of the header (from Outlook):
>Oh, I am running 1.94.4.
>_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/
>> >I lurk on the list and I want to say that it is excellent reading!
>> >This may be small but the line "Precedence=bulk" appears at the
>> top of each
>> >email delivered by my list. Otherwise, the program functions
>> normally. I
>> >run a dedicated Redhat 6.2 server at Rackspace that uses Majordomo and
>> >Sendmail. I mostly use Webmin to do admin.
>> >Does anyone recognize this problem?
>> What is the last header which actually is being considered part of the
>> headers? Check it carefully for a spurious newline. (You'll likely have
>> to tell your mail client to show you the full headers...you seem to use
>> Outlook...I have no idea how to tell it that.)
>> Plus what Dan Liston said: he's much better at this than I am.
John Baxter firstname.lastname@example.org Port Ludlow, WA, USA