"David W. Tamkin" <dattier(_at_)ripco(_dot_)com> writes:
Use formail -ds (or -des if not all articles end with blank lines) instead
of just -s. formail's -d option is for splitting input when there won't
always be a leading From_ line for each component message.
| Maybe something that would include the NNTP header:
| "Path: "
formail -ds recognizes a hardcoded set of headers, and Path: is among them.
Yikes, what a dope I am... I've been writing scripts and struggling
with this for a while.... Jeez... Thanks David.
I guess there is no cool way to strip the "From " header off before it
goes to its final resting place ... eh?
Like if I wanted to push nntp files thru formail/procmail for the
splitting power but wanted to maintain the NNTP format. I gues it
would have to be done after the fact. After delivery, a script that
strips off the "From " header.
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