[Users] Keeping new filtering/processing headers in drop down lists

Ricardo Mones ricardo at mones.org
Tue May 21 23:27:12 CEST 2013

On Tue, 21 May 2013 16:23:50 +0100
Brian Morrison <bdm at fenrir.org.uk> wrote:

> I've noticed that when using news accounts (and it might be the case
> for email too) any new headers I enter such as NNTP-Posting-Host or
> Injection-Info are not added to the drop down list and hence I have to
> re-enter them every time I want to add a new filtering or processing
> rule that uses them.
> Is there a file somewhere that I should be adding these entries to
> myself or could Claws be modified so that it saves unknown entries for
> each drop down list?

  Yes, as mentioned in manpage, you can create an “extraheaderrc” file
  under your configuration directory (usually ~/.claws-mail) with the
  headers to be added to the compose drop down lists (one per line,
  colon must be included).

  Ricardo Mones 
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