[Mailman-Users] Scrub_nondigest removing html message text
pshute at nuw.org.au
Wed Aug 13 03:34:10 CEST 2014
Thanks for that. We're on cpanel, so I assume we can't adjust ARCHIVE_HTML_SANITIZER?
I'm not sure we need html emails to come through as html, but we at least want plain text, not a link to a messed up html message.
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> message text
> On 08/12/2014 03:33 PM, Peter Shute wrote:
> > We've discovered that if scrub_nondigest is set to Yes, the
> text of html messages (perhaps html-only?) is removed and
> replaced with a link to it. When users follow the link, the
> html tags in the text are visible because the angle brackets
> have been replaced with html codes.
> > Is there a way to prevent scrub_nondigest removing these
> message parts? Is there a way to at least stop the angle
> brackets getting converted to codes?
> This is at least partially controlled by the
> ARCHIVE_HTML_SANITIZER setting. Read the documentation for
> this setting in Mailman/Defaults.py and if you want to change
> it from the default, set it in Mailman/mm_cfg.py.
> The real issue is that scrub_nondigest is something of an
> afterthought for people who want non-text/plain attachments
> to list posts removed and replaced by links.
> The scrubber's purpose is to flatten the message to a single
> text/plain part for the list's archive and the plain format
> digest. Thus, if you want an HTML part rendered as HTML
> rather than a plain text representation of the HTML source,
> you need to set ARCHIVE_HTML_SANITIZER = 3 which will save
> the HTML part aside and replace it by a link, but be sure to
> read the comment about this setting in Defaults.py.
> You can set ARCHIVE_HTML_SANITIZER = 2 which will leave the
> HTML inline, but it will be in a text/plain message and HTML-escaped.
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