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sendmail:  body of text missing from email on one server, but not another

Posted on 2003-10-22
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Email is being recieved but the body of the message is missing.  I'm using the following command to send, where $name is the recipiants address

exec /usr/lib/sendmail "$name" < "/tmp/SMINT_tmp.print"

The file, /tmp/SMINT_tmp.print, look as follows.  I have a feeling that my problem may be comming from the Content-Type statement.  After wards I realized i should have just used Content-Type: TEXT/plain; charset=us-ascii.  But why would the message be delivered properly on one server, and then the body of the message be missing on another server.  



Subject: Transaction Report
Content-Type: MULTIPART/mixed; BOUNDARY=\n

10:24:12 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_030721130100992(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    AIRAMC000001
      BG-SUCCESS
10:23:04 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_020201000024001(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    Oracle Read Erro
      HG-SUCCESS
10:07:30 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_020201000024001(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    Oracle Read Erro
      HG-SUCCESS
09:47:01 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_030721130100993(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    AIRAMC000001
      BG-SUCCESS
09:46:41 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_030721130100992(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    AIRAMC000001
      BG-SUCCESS
09:40:47 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_020201000024001(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    Oracle Read Erro
      HG-SUCCESS
09:38:02 10/22/2003 irbydoug   GTN_030721130100992(1)      90J2M AMPK00000001    AIRAMC000001
      BG-SUCCESS
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what are these 2 server.
are they both have the same configurations, like they both are unix running same os and all.

The reason might be your mail configuration is not ready to read this kind of mails on another server.
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