Re: Is anyone else getting mail after it goes through a PMDF machine? (was: Odd mail package involved?)
On Tue, 02 Nov 1999 11:03:02 -0500, Daniel Martin <Daniel.Martin@jhu.edu> wrote:
>Daniel Martin <Daniel.Martin@jhu.edu> writes:
>Mails exchanged with someone else lead me to believe that somehow
>furryterror.org is inserting extra carriage return characters (so that
>it's ending lines sent via SMTP with CR/CR/LF), and somehow PMDF
>interprets this as two line-ends. (Which, given that CR/CR/LF is
>INVALID input, may well be a legitimate action to take). Any idea
>what software at furryterror.org is doing this? I don't suspect it's
>the main furryterror software (exim running on a debian box), because
>a bounce message from furryterror.org doesn't contain this odd
Just to be paranoid, I'm now explicitly stripping any \r characters found
on line endings in outgoing messages through the mng mailing list <-> news
gateway software. They might be coming from the 'sn' NNTP daemon.
I'm sending this via debian-devel and to Daniel directly.
If this message as filtered through debian-devel still exhibits the
problem, then I have some serious debugging to do. Somewhere.
Hopefully the trailing dot at the end of every article is gone too.
Just to be sure, here's some tests: