[Mailman-Users] Footer as attachment in plain text messages

Lloyd F. Tennison lloyd_tennison at whoever.com
Wed May 19 00:27:12 CEST 2004

That is exactly as it is setup to work.  Since it cannot determine what 
MIME it is using, the default is text-only. It does not and will not as 
setup send other than text.  Someone would have to rewrite the module 
to add footers (and headers.)

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> I have a 2.1 installation of Mailman, for which I own a couple of
> mailing lists. These lists have been set up to accept certain MIME
> attachments, and also to convert text/html to plain text. This works as
> expected.
> We have the default footer enabled, however, it is coming through as a
> plain text attachment for all messages, rather than being appended to
> the body of the message. I've been looking through the message archives
> for Mailman, and have found many recent posts about this happening with
> text/html messages. Likewise, the FAQ only refers to this happening with
> HTML messages.
> Any ideas on what might cause Mailman to use attachments for the footer
> on plain text messages, and how I might change this behavior? 
> If there's any other information I can provide, please let me know!
> Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions on where to look!
> Steph
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