I'm using mhonarc with the -single switch to be able to view individual
mail messages as HTML. That way, I can use a text-only mail reader
(e.g., mutt), but still view the occasional HTML message when I want to.
I'm actually piping the message from mutt to a shell script like this:
cat > tmp.mh
mhonarc -single -rcfile /cygdrive/c/MHonArc-2.6.8/rcfile.mrc <
tmp.mh > tmp.html
(The last line is the Cygwin command to run the corresponding Windows
mhonarc seems to remove all the image references from the HTML. While
this is generally a good safeguard, there are times when I want to see
the images in the message. Is there any way to override this on the
command line so I can force mhonarc to preserve the image references?
Even better, is there a way to keep "whitelist" of domains from which I
trust the images?
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