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From "Noel J. Bergman" <n...@devtech.com>
Subject Bugzilla report #17805
Date Sat, 08 Mar 2003 22:19:26 GMT
Thank you for your report, but please use the mailing list for discussion.
Bugzilla is a tracking and reporting tool.  And please file one report per
issue, not several on one bug report.

> String value = new String(new byte[]{'\r', '\n'});
> System.setProperty("line.separator", value);

> This problem exist when we use Windows based mail clients

What is the test case for failure?  James running on Windows and linux is
successfully used with Outlook, Eudora, Mozilla, etc., with no problems.
Can you elaborate?

> When you send some mail from time to time the "From" field
> is replaced with other sender name which is random or with
> unknown logic selected.  In this case you can see which is
> your Real Sender when you look at "Reply-To" field.

What is the source of the e-mail with these headers?  Is this e-mail that
you are relaying, or generating in a mailet?  If this is mail that you are
relaying, the Reply-To field will have likely been filled in by different
software than the From header.

> We can try to fix the problem, but we don't know where to
> search the problem because we are not so familiar with the
> Source Code of James.

Again, provide a reproducible test case or sample e-mail, and it would help
to diagnose what you are seeing.

> James use Phoenix Avalon product which is not documented.

See: http://avalon.apache.org

> Can we be a part of James Development Team? We have some ideas.

All you have to do is contribute.  :-)  We welcome contributors.

	--- Noel


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