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Perl $eol feature changes in Outlook 2002 vs. 2003

Just upgraded from Outlook 2002 to 2003 for my email reader. And emails I
get from a PERL script now display the $eol written in PERL as a space
instead of a carriage return and line feed as they did in Outlook 2002.
What is going on? Should this code be something other then $eol in PERL to
satisfy a majority of email readers?


Jul 19 '05 #1
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Sorry I guess you need to know what $eol is set to, I thought maybe it was a
built in PERL function. $eol = "\015\012"

"Al Franz" <al****@nospam.netmation.com> wrote in message
news:eSr5c.18210$_w.355530@attbi_s53...
Just upgraded from Outlook 2002 to 2003 for my email reader. And emails I
get from a PERL script now display the $eol written in PERL as a space
instead of a carriage return and line feed as they did in Outlook 2002.
What is going on? Should this code be something other then $eol in PERL to satisfy a majority of email readers?

Jul 19 '05 #2

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