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Re: definition of a line in SMTP
> 2. Today unix vendors are still distributing sendmail configuration
> files with two SMTP mailers. One, intended for local domain usage,
> still uses \n as a line termination. It will take a long time to
> get this out of the system.
What people do locally have never been attempted governed by Internet
standards. You can use the letter `Z' as a line terminator locally if
you use CRLF on the Internet.
Not a problem. (Please don't tell me that "locally" is fuzzy.)