prenagha at renaghan.com
Mon Jun 26 10:38:49 EDT 2017
I am not sure I have ever understood completely the embedding or not setting, nor the inline or not setting. Is there somewhere that describes what all that does so I can decide the best choice for me?
> On Jun 26, 2017, at 10:21 AM, Benny Kjær Nielsen <mailinglist at freron.com> wrote:
> On 23 Jun 2017, at 5:30, Padraic Renaghan wrote:
> Benny, thinking it might be nice to run this filter when the reply to an existing message is created, so the reply does carry-forward all the junk. What would be the right event to hook my new filter into for that?
> There's no simple answer for that. If you don't use the HTML embedding features of MailMate then sanitize_canonical could be used (which expects plain text input/output) to add an extra filter. If you do use HTML embedding then there's no perfect candidate, but embed_html could probably be used if using a CSS inliner (I can perhaps look into changing this to be more logical/useful). The main problem is that the plain text script is still needed and the plain text and the HTML scripts should remove the same content -- which could be very difficult.
> It might be better/easier for you if HTML embedding allowed a mode where the plain text variant was always based on converting HTML to plain text, but this is not currently available.
> In other words, I don't think this reply helps you much :)
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