On 2006-08-25 16:03, Martin McCormick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I use nmh and recently wanted to not have to manually > clean up all the garbage that gets in to the quoted text if you > quote a HTML message or one that has a lot of 8-bit junk like > Microsoft OUtlook messages do. > > It looked like I needed mhonarc so I installed the port with > no problem. Each time I try to use mha-mhedit to reply to a > message full of mime and 8-bit characters, I get the following > error: > > open2: exec of w3m -dump -cols 76 -T text/html failed at > /usr/local/etc/mha-mhedit line 104
It looks like mha-mhedit tries to run the www/w3m browser to dump a text-only version of the HTML document, and then quote this as the original. Do you have the w3m port installed? If not, there is probably an option to tell mha-mhedit to use another browser with similar capabilities. FWIW, I use a similar trick to let mutt(1) handle HTML-only messages posted by Outlook users. In my ~/.mailcap file I have (all in one line): text/html ; /usr/local/bin/elinks \ -dump -dump-charset greek '%s' ; copiousoutput Maybe mha-mhedit can use a similar trick? _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"