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Hopefully that will generate enough pressure to finally fix this bug and also help people work around it in meantime! Thanks for providing the additional information that you think it is a bug in QMail.
Correction: in previous post for work around, I said "if another header follows". That would be logically consistent with my results in not having the problem with PHP on Send Mail.
I remembered seeing this before and remember it had something to do with extra "\r" character after a header line. "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT\r\n" Expected result: ---------------- (1) In Outlook Express, you get: From: [email protected]: [email protected]: Wed, -0400 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT (2) In Eudora 4, you see: From: [email protected]: [email protected]: Wed, -0400 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plainn Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BITT (3) In raw text you see: From: [email protected]\r\n Reply-To: [email protected]\r\n Date: Wed, -0400\r\r\n Mime-Version: 1.0\r\r\n Content-Type: text/plainn\r\r\n Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT\r\r\n Note I made two typos: Content-Type: text/plainn\r\r\n Should be: Content-Type: text/plain\r\r\n And: There seems to be no one answer of solution?
I then did a raw telnet session saved to a raw log and confirmed that the extra CR ("\r") is being inserted by mail(). Should be: There seems to be no one answer or solution?
I am guessing that the mail() code extracts known header lines and their "\r\n", then does str_replace( "\n", "\r\n" ) on remaining lines of extra headers? id=22262&edit=2 There seems to be no one answer of solution? Also I would like to point out that either mail() or Qmail must be handling the CRLR after the From: dna Reply-To: headers correctly. That could explain why others have not reproduced the bug reports of yore ("yore" is like 2002 apparently!
I use as host: php -v PHP 4.3.4 (cli) (built: Nov 4 2003 ) Copyright (c) 1997-2003 The PHP Group Zend Engine v1.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Zend Technologies We do use Qmail. Reproduce code: --------------- If the following headers input to mail(): "From: [email protected]\r\n" . :) Now it seems I remember having this same problem (had to change my "\n" to "\r\n" between headers input to mail()) when I migrated from to (from Qmail to Send Mail) and now revisiting this again when migrating back. Do I change all "\r\n" back to "\n" when using Qmail, or just the headers it seems to affect?
Please see my original post and please answer the question as to what is the correct documented use. Sorry, but your problem does not imply a bug in PHP itself.
In the meantime, I have provided a documented use in my comments on this bug which works and which I am suggesting that others link to, as a replacement for the document for PHP mail(). 2003: [email protected]% php -v PHP 4.3.4 (cli) (built: Nov 4 2003 ) Copyright (c) 1997-2003 The PHP Group Zend Engine v1.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Zend Technologies And this bug has been around since at least 2002 and has been ignored. They were both closed because the people who made the bug reports are not going to test it for you: id=15841 You method of closing bug reports because reporters are not willing to retest every time you decide to put a new version # on PHP is ridiculous. For a list of more appropriate places to ask for help using PHP, please visit this bug system is not the appropriate forum for asking support questions. Until can be verified with latest PHP version, considered bogus.
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