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How to pass a space character as an argument to a function already quote
Benjamin L. Russell
How to pass a space character as an argument to a function already quoted as an argument to another function?
Fri, 04 Sep 2009 22:25:14 +0900
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1 (windows-nt)
After much trial and error, I eventually narrowed down the errors
related to sending mail via SMTP in Gnus to the following error:
> Sending via mail...
> message-send-mail-with-sendmail: Sending...failed to ssmtp: recipients with
> -t option not supported;
After performing a search using Google using the search phrase
"+"mailer-app-args"", I discovered the related page "[#FSCORE-158]
mailer-app-args assumes "-t" if set to a blank string "" - FreeSWITCH
with the following apparently relevant information:
> Description ≪ Hide
> FreeSwitch Version 1.0.trunk (9029)
> if mailer-app-args=""
> then the following errors appear:
> sendmail: recipients with -t option not supported ~ /bin/cat: write error:
> Broken pipe
> if mailer-app-args=" " then it works fine
Accordingly, modified I my .gnus.el file as follows:
> (setq mailer-app-args " ")
> (require 'smtpmail)
However, this change had no effect.
Does anybody know how to pass " " (a space string) as an argument to
"mailer-app-args" for "message-send-with-sendmail"?
-- Benjamin L. Russell
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