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Re: sending ASCII file with mail command (Fedora : OK ; OpenSuse : problem)



On Tue, 2007-09-25 at 15:34 +0200, Jacob (=Jouk) Jansen wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I try to send an E-mail with the content of an ASCII file as the is i
> I do this with the following command
>   mail -s subj joukj hrem nano tudelft nl < licinfo.txt
This not the answer to oyur question but I assume the subj is really
"subj".
> 
> When I give the command on a Fedora (several versions tested) the E-mail is
> recieved with the expected text in the body.
> If I give the command on an OpenSuse 10.2 system An E-mail which is unreadable
> is recieved at the other end.
> 
> How can I get the same behaviour on the OpenSuse system as on the Fedora
> system?
> 
>                   Jouk Jansen
> 		  
> 		  
> 
> 
> Bush : All votes are equal but some votes are more equal than others.
> 
> >------------------------------------------------------------------------------<
> 
>   Jouk Jansen
> 		 
>   joukj hrem nano tudelft nl
> 
>   Technische Universiteit Delft        tttttttttt  uu     uu  ddddddd
>   Kavli Institute of Nanoscience       tttttttttt  uu     uu  dd    dd
>   Nationaal centrum voor HREM              tt      uu     uu  dd     dd
>   Lorentzweg 1                             tt      uu     uu  dd     dd
>   2628 CJ Delft                            tt      uu     uu  dd     dd
>   Nederland                                tt      uu     uu  dd    dd
>   tel. 31-15-2782272                       tt       uuuuuuu   ddddddd
> 
> >------------------------------------------------------------------------------<
> 
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