[Mailman-Users] Content Filters hate html?
Paul H Byerly
paul at thcwd.com
Fri Jan 23 20:57:41 CET 2004
I've tried this every way I can think of, and can not get it. Please
don't tell me html e-mail is of the evil one - it's what the user wants. I
need for html formatted text to go through, but images to be rejected. The
only way I have been able to get html to pass is by turning off filtering
Mailman version 2.1.2
in all tests:
Should Mailman filter the content of list traffic according to the settings
below? is set to yes
Should Mailman convert text/html parts to plain text? is set to no.
Remove message attachments that have a matching content type = image
Remove message attachments that don't have a matching content type =
this result in a plain text message. The headers show:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed
But when the exact same message is sent with filtering off it shows:
Remove message attachments that don't have a matching content type = blank
this results in a plain text message, with the header:
X-Content-Filtered-By: Mailman/MimeDel 2.1.2
It appears that turning the filters on removes all html formatting
regardless of how the filters are set. Is there a way around this?
PS - my apologies if this comes through twice. Some 14 hours after the
first send it had not shown, and I had no error back. No doubt posting it
again will ensure the first one will make it too, while not posting again
ensures the original will be forever lost.
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