[Mailman-Users] HTML messages

J.D. Falk jdfalk at cybernothing.org
Tue Jan 26 03:49:48 CET 1999

On 01/25/99, J C Lawrence <claw at under.engr.sgi.com> wrote: 

> > days" Many places ==> Where the alphabet consists of non-ascii
> > characters.
> Add places which do calender synchronisation via formatted email,
> corporate computing standards which pay homage to MS (not an issue
> here at SGI), and so forth.

	Those places don't seem likely to use MailMan, IMHO.

>   -- MIME type stripping.  eg stripping vcards and other specific
> MIME types on inbound mails and then checking the resulting message
> for actual data content (MIME part with non-zero data content).  

	That'd be cool...but for most peoples' purposes I'd think a
	simple "filter all MIME attachments except text/plain" option
	(per list, default set by sysadmin) would be sufficient.

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