> > I don't want the html parts of messages deleted. I want the
> > WHOLE message deleted if it has *any* HTML tags in it. There isn't any
> > reason for that HTML stuff in messages and I'd prefer not to have to
> > bother with them at all.
> For email, use the filter program and ask it to delete the mail if in
> the header there is a reference to content-type: text/html??
Because of multipart/alternative you need to filter on the
body to catch these.
I do this now in Pegasus, reviewing and filtering mail
before importing most of what remains into Yarn. The
downside: the filter tossed this mesage into my "HTML -
unknown" folder in Pegasus. A prior filter rule to skip
this rule for certain lists would fix that I suppose.
Anyway, that's Pegaus, not Yarn...
> Don't know how this will help you much, as I doubt many people would
> actually use the feature much, and besides, its already (in a way)
I think a processor which would read newsgroup soup *.MSG
files and feed posts one by one to another program could be
incredibly useful for a number of filtering applications.
Does anything like this exist?