Hello! I have a script launched from cron every morning, that gets certain data over the Internet from a remote computer, compares the new data with that from the previous day, and outputs the difference (if any).
I'm relying on the fact, that cron e-mails me the output of each job. However, I modified the script recently to produce the output (if any) in HTML, rather than in plain-text format. The HTML arrives by e-mail just as well as plain text used to, but no e-mail program will render it as such, because neither the cron(8), nor the mail(1), which cron uses to send e-mail, creates MIME messages... How can I force the ``Content-Type: text/html'' header without hacking cron's sources? I'd rather avoid poluting my script with e-mail sending code... Maybe, cron should apply file(1)-like logic to the e-mailed content? Thanks for any hints. Yours, -mi _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"