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If I create an email in Gmail containing:

You can run this:

command number 1
command number 2

to another email address, then the email comes through fine. If I then, still in Gmail, I reply to the email I just sent, and include:

You can run this:

command number 1
command number 2

just above the original email, so that it should look like:

You can run this:

command number 1
command number 2

On 15 November 2011 09:12, Username <email> wrote:
> You can run this:
>
> command number 1
> command number 2
>

then GMail tries to do something with the wrap of the reply, so that in fact it sends:

You can run this:
command number 1command number 2
> On 15 November 2011 09:12, Username <email> wrote:
> You can run this:
> 
> command number 1
> command number 2

This is very frustrating - anyone experienced this issue, or know how to solve it?

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closed as off topic by Nifle, Sathya Nov 15 '11 at 8:47

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Has been previously asked on webapps Gmail removes newlines from some emails –  Sathya Nov 15 '11 at 8:47
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