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Old 11-15-2004, 10:11 PM   #1
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Mimedefang warning messages

Hello, are there any Mimedefang experts out there?

I have setup Mimedefang to strip out attachments if the message size is over X many bytes.

I also set $AddWarningsInline = 1; in my mimedefang-filter. The problem is that when mimedefang adds the warning, it adds it as a separate MIME part, as a text file. From what I understand, in the MIME details it says the attachment is "inline" but it is still a separate MIME part than the main email body.

In Outlook and some other email clients this warning text doesn't show up in the message body, but only shows as an attachment.

Is there a way to insert the warning text directly into the body of the message without making a new MIME part?

Any help or pointers would be appreciated. thanks



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