Re: [Evolution] Modify incoming messages

Proof of it is here, as I have now deleted a fair amount of the included
text...I would gladly switch to Evo full-time, and WILL, as soon as I
can get it to a) sync my addressbook with my Palm, and b) quit hanging
for hours on end. :-)



Eric Lambart wrote:

Really, Netscrape lets you do that?  Presumably Mozilla would too... I
wish I'd known that while I was still stuck using that monstrosity.
Thanks to Evo I haven't had to start Mozilla Messenger in a month or
two... and this one feature isn't enough to make me do it.  I'd rather
edit my mbox file woth vi =)

Thanks for your $0.02

On Wed, 2001-09-05 at 08:47, David (Demo Monkey) Simmons wrote:

With the exception of the fact that I can (and do, quite frequently) do
this with Netscrape Messenger...

Very handy for removing that oh-so-cute but exceptionally annoying
ascci-art from sigs, etc....

That being said, you
may want to look into using a combination of Fetchmail and Procmail as a
pre-filter to do all the message 'surgery' that you want.  Procmail is
significantly more powerful than what most people use it for (dropping
spam and auto-forwarding things).

I have just a little question. I would like to change the subject and the
content of some messages are receive. Say to put a subject that will fit to my
mind and at least remove footer/signatures 10 lines long.

"All those who believe in psychokinesis, raise my hand."
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