If I remember correctly, you much send both \r and \n to terminate a line 
on an e-mail, regardless of the platform. This should include the header 

At 12:00 14/04/2002 +0100, DL Neil wrote:
> > I have a form where someone enters the body of an email message
> > into a <textarea> part of a form to be sent out to a list. Then a
> > retrieves the body and sends it via email. However I can't get line
> > to show up (I'm using MS Outlook) even if I enter the \n into the
> > form and those \n show up in the database data. I must be missing
> > something. Thanks for any help.
>Line Breaks across different OpSys:
>*nix: newline character
>Mac: carriage return character
>Windows: both CR and LF
>LF = Newline/Line Break/Line Feed = ASCII chr(10)
>CR = Carriage Return = ASCII chr(13)
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