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denis.feurer at ird.fr
Fri Mar 15 15:25:55 CET 2013
Thank you for you rapid answer !
Obviously you have better ideas than me for the programming thing and
technical solutions ; I only have idea about the final
My problem is simple :
I want to remove attached files in my mail managment but, like a lot
of other fools, I still use my mail client as a proxy to the attached
files (sometimes it is easier to classify mails than single attached
files). So I need to keep a usable minimal record of the file (name,
size, ...) *in* the mail.
Is it easy to code for such a functionnality ?
Again I would be happy to help in any way I'd be able to. Thank you in
advance for your answers.
Thank you in advance
On Fri, 15 Mar 2013
09:29:04 +0100 Colin Leroy <colin at colino.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Mar 2013 01:56:40 +0100, Denis FEURER <denis.feurer at ird.fr>
> > I am a happy user of claws-mail for a few month and I recently
> > discovered the AttRemover plugin from Colin Leroy (thanks a lot to
> > him and to the claws-mail development team).
> Thanks :)
> > It would be great if, when deleting the attached files, the
> > AttRemover plugin would write at the end of the mail some info
> > about the deleted attached file, such as a string like :
> > "Deleted attached file : xxxxxxxx.xxx"
> > possibly with more information (file characteristics like size or
> > date ?)
> > What do you think about it ?
> That seems like a good idea, but has the potential to be a bit
> difficult for complicated mails where the text part is not the first
> one, or also signed mails where that would break the signature.
> Maybe it would be easier to replace the removed parts with a little
> text part describing the former attachment.
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