Re: plain text vs. htmlFrom: Martin Würtele (email@example.com)
- Previous message: firstname.lastname@example.org: "AW: plain text vs. html"
- In reply to: Miklos Bagi Jr.: "plain text vs. html"
- Next in thread: Kai Plock: "Re: plain text vs. html"
- Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] [ attachment ]
Date: Wed, 8 May 2002 10:48:19 +0200 From: Martin Würtele <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, 07 May 2002, Miklos Bagi Jr. wrote:
> Well, I'm in this trap. I'm sure if my company were use plain text as emailing
> there wouldn't be any chance to get such infections like html mails are
> carrying inside of them. My question is:
> Is there any way to filter out html mails and "convert" them to plain text? As
> I see on my e-mail client (kmail), it does it really nice, but what I'm
> really looking for is doing it "on-the-fly" by sendmail for example.
> So technically it is possible, that's for sure, but is there any complete
> solutions/workarounds/scripts already working you know of?
You can use procmail to execute something like "/usr/bin/links -dump"
and replace the text/html part with a text/plain part in the email.
-- <email@example.com> ----------------------------- NO HTML MAILS PLEASE GPG / PGP encrypted and signed messages preferred mail with subject "fetch key" for public key
- application/pgp-signature attachment: stored