[lug] Stripping mime parts

Dean Brissinger Dean.Brissinger at vexcel.com
Wed May 4 12:13:50 MDT 2005

Anomy used to do this when combined with postfix.  In theory procmail
could pipe to anomy instead.  I've gone the way of gui mail readers and
Open Exchange migration though as a solution.

On Wed, 2005-05-04 at 11:47 -0600, Daniel Webb wrote:

> I've noticed that a large part of my email archive is taken up by multi-part
> mime, where there is both a text and an html version of many of the emails,
> and the html version adds absolutely nothing.  I have looked in the Debian
> package list, and I see many packages dealing with mime.  Anybody know off the
> top of their head if any of those tools can do the following:
> "For any message that has both text/plain and text/html parts, strip out the
> text/html part"
> Also, does anyone have a procmail rule they use to filter that out at the
> procmail level?
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