'@' symbol in "stored.xxxxx.message.txt" files
jclark at SKIDMORE.EDU
Mon Feb 23 18:51:44 GMT 2004
I am getting the behaviour regardless of which I do. Whether I escape
it or not (this was in my previous submissions to this list) the line
does not print.
On Feb 23, 2004, at 9:14 AM, Julian Field wrote:
> At 14:09 23/02/2004, you wrote:
>> At 13:55 23/02/2004, you wrote:
>>> Third request of hopefully a simple question to this list:
>>> We are running sendmail Version 8.11.7+Sun on a Solaris 8 V880,
>>> MailScanner-4.25-14. and perl, v5.6.1 built for sun4-solaris.
>>> I am trying to include an e-mail address in the body of the
>>> "stored.virus.message.txt" and "stored.filename.message.txt".
>>> When I include the '@' symbol in the text line, the whole line does
>>> print. Any ideas? How do I print the '@' symbol in the files?
>> The quick workaround is to use
>> instead of
>> But I'm going to take a look at the code as it should already do this
>> substitution for you.
> I have just found that a line containing no backslash works fine,
> while a
> line with a backslash doesn't print, which is understandable. So if I
> in an email address like
> helpdesk at ecs.soton.ac.uk
> it works fine.
> Are you getting the reverse behaviour?
> Julian Field
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