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d2army

Why does PHP's mail() function add extra carriage returns to the message body?

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Hi there everyone

I am wondering why the PHP's mail() function will always add extra carriage returns to the message body when the email is sent out?

For example, if I have something like :

Yours Sincerely,
Friend

in the actual email, it becomes :

Yours Sincerely,

Friend

with that annoying extra carriage return after "Yours Sincerely,"

Could this have something to do with my header specs? This is the only important thing I have :
MIME-Version: 1.0

I didn't even specify the Content-type, and I assume it should be text/plain by default


Please help, thanks in advance

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Best guess, sans code, is that the message is generated exactly as you've coded it. I've never had that problem.

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