I can't believe that I hit wrong buttons two times... so my answer for the
Thanks for your answer. Here is a genereted email:
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the three lines are seperated with 0d0a, just as outlook would seperate them
but the lines are not shown as a stack but as ONE line.
"Erwin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Kai Hinkelmann wrote:
> > Hi,
> > we are sending plain-text-emails from php not using the mail-command
> > but with port-operations. Everything works fine BUT outlook 2000 eats
> > the linefeeds. We tried several things: copying the header from an
> > original (functional) email from outlook, sending with \n or \r\n to
> > seperate header-info and so on... nothing works.
> > All email-clients show the mails correct - outlook 2000 doesn't.
> > Since other mails are shown correct, there MUST be a way, but we
> > don't know, which.
> > Who can help?
> Please paste a generated mail message (including header information), so
> can have a look at it...
> Grtz Erwin
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