[Mailman-Users] Formatting incoming mail in Mailman
mark at msapiro.net
Sat Feb 13 20:34:25 CET 2010
Hank van Cleef wrote:
>The esteemed Mark Sapiro has said:
>> Presumably you are using pass_mime_types to remove the 'non-matching'
>> types. What's in pass_mime_types?
>(copied from the options page):
The above is not correct. If you have a single word as a
pass_mime_types (or filter_mime_types) entry, it is the main type, not
the subtype. So, if you want to pass multipart/mixed and
multipart/alternative, that's what you need to put.
I recommend however just putting
in pass_mime_types. These, together with collapse_alternatives = Yes
and convert_html_to_plaintext = Yes will ensure only plain text
reaches the list and will also accept the plain text from messages
that have a structure like
which are produced by some Microsoft MUAs and possibly others. If you
don't pass multipart/related, that entire message will be filtered. If
you do pass all multipart and collapse alternatives, only the
text/plain part goes to the list.
Yow might also consider adding message/rfc822 to pass_mime_types if you
want to accept plain text or converted html from an attached message.
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