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Old 09-26-2003, 09:00 AM   #1
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kmail and filters


Objective: In Kmail create a filter that will send all messages with embeded html to the trash.

Question: How?

Background: I tried setting a filter on matching the contents in the body to no luck. I tried matching <html>, negative. I tried escaping the char.s in case that made a difference \<html\> , /<html/>, nope. I tried putting "<html>" in quotes, no luck. I tried just html and that matched every message even a test message where the body only contained the word test. I've never had a problem on filter match to From, or Subject but the body filters I can't seem to make work.

Help please.


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