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Just built and now testing Mailman 2.1.5. It appears that Mailman
removes attachments from digests, and puts a link to the archived
attachment in its place with the notation "A non-text attachment was
scrubbed...". But can I get the same behavior for non-digested messages?

Thanks,

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  • Mark Sapiro at Mar 18, 2005 at 4:36 am
    Roy McMorran wrote
    Just built and now testing Mailman 2.1.5. It appears that Mailman
    removes attachments from digests, and puts a link to the archived
    attachment in its place with the notation "A non-text attachment was
    scrubbed...". But can I get the same behavior for non-digested messages?
    This is done for plain text digests because the MIME structure required
    for attachments to a specific message can't be included in a plain
    text digest in any way that works.

    It is not done for individual messages or MIME format digests, because
    in these cases the MIME structure of the message can be preserved and
    attachments will come through as attachments.

    There is no way to invoke Scrubber for MIME digests or individual
    messages without altering code. If you wanted to do this, you could
    look at how Mailman.Handlers.Scrubber.process() is invoked in
    Mailman/Handlers/ToDigest.py and invoke it perhaps in
    Mailman/Handlers/MimeDel.py or some other handler for individual
    messages.

    --
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    San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan

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