A little info on my setup - RedHat Linux, 7.3, up2date Sendmail, MHonArc
installed via MHonArc-2.6.8-1.noarch.rpm, mailman-2.0.13, standard RedHat
install (Mailman was included with & configured for the distro), using the
After reading the docs, the FAQ's, and searching the archives for an entire
day, I'm still having some problems removing unwanted email headers from my
archives, per the method documented here...
This FAQ describes EXACTLY what I want to do, the pertinent bits being...
Can I have the message header come after the body?
In general, no. A limitation of MHonArc is that you cannot change the
relative order of the resources/message-data in the output (but see other
questions in this section). MHonArc expects a specific order so it can edit
archived messages when needed w/o using a bunch of logic, and performance
degradation (special comment declarations are used to mark off the
different sections of a message). Therefore, you cannot have the body come
before the message header. The best you can do is suppress the header (via
EXCS) and create a bogus header via the resource variables available. For
In v2.6, you can include additional header fields by using the FIELDSTORE
resource and the $MSGHFIELD$ resource variable. For example, say you want
to include the To: field in the previous example. You can do the following:
My problem is that, as my coding skills are non-existent, I'm not exactly
sure how to properly modify my frames.mrc to achieve the desired result.
If I simply paste the new envariables into the frames.mrc in a seemingly
logical location, here...
<!-- Mail header formatting. The default header formatting is
overridden to use a table for formatting.
<!-- Exclude some fields from messages heads -->
<!-- Fields labels will be in HTML strong elements -->
...then all of my headers get removed, but the fields inside the <MsgFoot>
</MsgFoot> tags do not appear.
Could anybody be kind enough to help me properly apply the above
modification to the frames.mrc?