On Mon, Oct 23, 2000 at 12:48:40PM -0500, Jeff Howie wrote:
On Mon, Oct 23, 2000 at 12:19:57PM -0500,
Jeff Howie <Jeff(_dot_)Howie(_at_)federated(_dot_)ca> writes:
You should track down where very long headers are broken in the steps
getting to your mailbox and get the broken program fixed.
I definitely agree with this. I thought it might have been the fault
of Deja, but it might very well be something more local. I'm using a
Caldera Linux 2.4 on an intel pc, sendmail 8.9.3 & fetchmail 5.4.4.
Our mail server is VMS-based at the moment (and we're in the throws of
switching to Solaris servers for everything (yeah!!)), but I've heard
of no email problems from other users, so I'm more inclined to suspect
my own setup.
I know this is getting beyond the scope of this list, but what is the
order of things that I should look at?
Anyway, I've developed to this rule that seems to work reliably:
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