.bin files, NODOC/DOCURL, and icons?

2002-01-25 05:05:43

Hi Mhonarcists!

I am running Mhonarc on Linux with the Apache
combining 3 different questions at once.

1. I realize that attachments containing image files have a
Content-Type of octet-streaming, Mhonarc archives the image file
as a .bin. Here is my situation which I think might be different:

Content-Type of the email:

Content-Type: multipart/mixed


Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Disposition: inline

Some text message stuff....

Content-Type: image/pjpeg; name="image.jpg"
Content-Description: image.jpg
Content-Disposition: inline; filename="image.jpg"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64

and the jpg's are being saved as .bin files as such:

<p><a href="bin00008.bin" ><img src="bin00008.bin" alt="image/pjpeg"></a></p>
<p><a href="bin00009.bin" ><img src="bin00009.bin" alt="image/pjpeg"></a></p>

Does Mhonarc not like: Content-Type: image/pjpeg?

2. I dug through the docs and finally found I could pub <NODOC> in
my -rcfile and the default footer goes away. I haven't quite figured
out how to replace it with my own footer using presumeabley <DOCURL>.
Any tips on how to do this?

3. While I'm at it. Does anyone have any suggestions how in my
Date Index (and perhaps Thread Index), I can have an icon indicating
a viewable image file is contained in a particular email. The
goal is to enable someone looking at the Date/Thread Index and at 
a glance see what archived emails contain a viewable image file.



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