> > > Is there any way to make ifmail not to put <subj.> in the first line of
> > > ftn message?
> > Regular ifmail? Yes. Look at .../ifgate/message.c near line 45.
> > You'll see a block of code with a cryptic message at the top.
> > 0- discard the field, 1- kludge it, 2- make it part of the message.
> > Most likely you'll find that From: is tagged for number 2.
> tx version
Same advice, but tx has broken it out to command options (-g) that you
can use on a per-site basis. Look at the message.c file to understand
or perhaps modify the behavior of the -g option. Read the manpage, I'm
just going from memory and it may not be -g at all but something else.
Whatever it is will be immediately apparent.