Sounding like a broken record here: USE DEMIME! This script will
strip out all the HTML and RTF crap, producing formatted plain text.
I use it in a pipe to keep my command parser from croaking, and I
use it in a pipe to keep my lists html-free without playing nanny
and telling people what they can send. Easy. Functional. Free.
Works with any MLM, not specific to majordomo.
Demime home page: http://scifi.squawk.com/demime.html
Demime perl script: http://scifi.squawk.com/demime.stable
Demime config file: http://scifi.squawk.com/demime_junkmail.cf
Demime email list: email@example.com
At 08:53 AM 11/7/00, James M Galvin wrote:
>1. Digests - if digests are forwarded as MIME multipart/digests, then
> most MIME-aware email clients will have no trouble with HTML-based
> messages. I don't know what majordomo2 does, but older versions of
> majordomo did not do this and thus by default HTML messages in a
> digest will be unreadable. Of course, the recipient could take steps
> to put the message in a separate file and then view it. After all,
> majordomo does pass the content through, it only "messes up" the
>2. Administrative messages - Here again I don't know about majordomo2,
> but older versions would not parse the following: