1993-09-09 - Re: REMAIL: Perl/problems

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From: Karl Lui Barrus <klbarrus@owlnet.rice.edu>
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1993-09-09 19:12:23 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 9 Sep 93 12:12:23 PDT

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From: Karl Lui Barrus <klbarrus@owlnet.rice.edu>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 93 12:12:23 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: REMAIL: Perl/problems
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Sameer Parekh wrote:

>	Upon repeated tests of my remailers, I noticed that if there's
>more than one blank line between the header and the header-pasting, then
>the pasting doesn't take place. Does this happen with other people's
>remailers? How is your script different from mine? How can this be fixed?

Could you give an example?  I tried a message like the following
(between the cut marks) which I sent to elee7h5@rosebud.ee.uh.edu:


Anon-To: klbarrus@owlnet.rice.edu


and it came back OK, with the blanks squeezed out.  So I'm probably
misunderstanding what you said.

Karl L. Barrus: klbarrus@owlnet.rice.edu         
keyID: 5AD633 hash: D1 59 9D 48 72 E9 19 D5  3D F3 93 7E 81 B5 CC 32 

"One man's mnemonic is another man's cryptography" 
  - my compilers prof discussing file naming in public directories