I looked into demine, and the list of pre-requisites and mail piping was
rather long - and a pain on my "shared applications" hosted Unix solution.
I instead went with the html-stripper patch to resend:
Still some pre-requisites, but easier to install, even for a weekend code
warrior like me. I'd give the install a 6, but for others it's probably a
an 8-9. The operation since has been flawless - all the clueless AOL types
and MS RTFers can post away, and the list sees nothing but good old plain
Best of luck,
On 4/4/03 1:06 PM, "Deb" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have heard that some majordomo-owners have installed a program called
> "demime." I have a few questions about this program:
> 1. How is demime called? Part of the alias, or from majordomo, or...?
> 2. Does majordomo use it to filter all email, which would include
> email commands to majordomo as well as posts by list members?
> 3. On a scale of 0-9, 9 being "a piece of cake," was it Easy to Install?
> - If low on the scale, why?
> 4. Did it work straight away? If not, what did it take to get it work?
> 5. Can the demime program create a plain text message from HTML?
> 6. Lastly, where would I find a copy of demime?
> Any and all comments are appreciated. Oh, one more question: is there a
> better program available than demime?
From: Deb <firstname.lastname@example.org>