This is a discussion on Re: Disappearing headers in large attachments - VMS ; Have you looked at his process quotas from sysuaf, etc., as compared to what you have for yourself? Just guessing... Alan Winston - SSRL Central Computing wrote: >PMDFers -- > >$pmdf version >%PMDF-I-VERSION, PMDF version is PMDF V6.2 > COMPAQ ...
Have you looked at his process quotas from sysuaf, etc., as compared to
what you have for yourself? Just guessing...
Alan Winston - SSRL Central Computing wrote:
>%PMDF-I-VERSION, PMDF version is PMDF V6.2
> COMPAQ AlphaServer DS20E 666 MH running OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-2
> PMDF_SHARE_LIBRARY version V6.2-X17; linked 13:01:07, Sep 8 2003
>Weird problem, which I guess has to do with individual user settings, but I
>don't know which settings.
>A particular user (who happens to be the director of my laboratory) uses
>Netscape 7.2 from Windows to send a message with an attached document;
>the SMTP server he uses is the one listed above.
>With assorted attached files up to 4.7mb, he can see them in PMDF MAIL with
>a text message part and an appropriatly-MIME-typed message part for the
>With a 5.1mb or an 11mb attachment, PMDF MAIL displays a message but it has no
>body and no message-part headers show.
>However, if he mails the same files to me on the same system, PMDF MAIL shows
>the appropriate message-part headers and I can see the attached files. (XPDF
>even runs and successfully displays the 5.1mb PDF).
>If - and this really bugs me - he uses IMAP from Netscape to read the mail he
>sent, he can see the attachment.
> Below 5mb, everything's cool.
> Above 5mb, PMDF mail doesn't display the message structure for him, but it
> does for me.
>If I use PMDF MAIL from the SYSTEM account and use his mail file, it displays
>the message structure:
>586.1 [text/plain; 15 lines]
>586.2 [application/pdf; 5146 Kb]
>What settings should I be checking?
Ken Connelly (KC152) Systems and Operations Manager, ITS - Network Services
University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0121
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