On 03 Feb 03, Stephen Patterson (steve(_at_)lexx(_dot_)uklinux(_dot_)net) wrote:
I've recently started receiving a lot of HTML mail from mailing lists,
and I want to rewrite it into plain text so I can read it a lot easier
in mutt. This is what I've got at the moment which works fine for
conversion but not identification.
After a few suggestions from this list and some experints (from
mozilla) I've got down to this 3-liner, which even preserves attached
non-html files (tested with a jpeg).
| uudecode | lynx -dump -stdin
I'm just about to open this up on list messages (around 30 per day)
for some more exhaustive testing.
Stephen Patterson http://www.lexx.uklinux.net http://patter.mine.nu
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