At 10:33 96-03-23, Era Eriksson wrote:
These messages will
contain a MIME attachment towards the end of the message, something
<... spare you the rest ... :->
What I was wondering is, has somebody written a Procmail filter to
zap these attachments from incoming mail? Not the whole message, just
The following just came across the SmartList list a day or so ago.
Personally, I haven't had to use it. Looks like it might need a tweek
At 12:54 96-03-21, b_weissm(_at_)kla(_dot_)com (Bob Weissman) wrote:
On Mar 21, 3:04pm -0500, "Michael C Tiernan"
I've got a user who's system sends some stupid attachment on
the end of every mail. As far as I can guess, it's them
sending a copy of all the fonts that the message MIGHT use to
be displayed. It's chewing up so much space it's killin' me.
I get these, too. But procmail is perfect for this:
* ^X-Ms-Attachment: WINMAIL\.DAT
|sed '/^begin [0-7][0-7][0-7] WINMAIL\.DAT$/,/^end$/d'
* ^Content-Type: multipart/mixed
|sed '/^Content-Type: application\/ms-tnef/,$d'
* ^X-Nvl-Content-Type: MULTIPART;
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