I use elm as mail agent to send mail and some of customers get an empty
email (only with subject). I then turn on the debug mode of sendmail and
get following log

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Jul 15 16:11:27 portland sendmail[265344]: QAA265344: assigned id

Jul 15 16:11:27 portland sendmail[265344]: QAA265344: from user abc:
size is 2090, class is 0, priority is 32090, and nrcpts=1, message id is
<200307150811.QAA265344abc.com>, the bodytype=8BITMIME,
relay=abclocalhost

Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[265344]: QAA265344: queueup,
qf=tfQAA265344

Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[265344]: QAA265344: unlock

Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: disconnected
at level 2
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: Running in
background. The process identifier is 133260.
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: dowork, process
identifier
is 133260.
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[265344]: NOQUEUE: finis, pid=265344
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: sendenvelope,
flags=0x621802
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344:
to=defnetvigator.com, ctladdr=abc (215/1), delay=00:00:01,
xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=smtp, relay=smtp.abc.com
[::ffff:192.168.170.135], stat=Sent (PAA22078 Message accepted
for delivery)
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: dropenvelope,
e_flags=0x621802, OpMode=m, pid=133260
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: done
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: QAA265344: unlock
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: NOQUEUE: dropenvelope,
e_flags=0x421002, OpMode=m, pid=133260
Jul 15 16:11:28 portland sendmail[133260]: NOQUEUE: finis, pid=133260

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I mask the "from user", "relay" and "to" by abc as it contain some user
info of my company.

The log shows the email is accepted for delivery and the size is 2096.
Could I conclude that elm work properly and sendmail already sends the
mail which should contain something?

Thanks,

zico

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