On Thu, 16 Aug 2018 16:06:20 -0500, n...@trodman.com said: > Should mhfixmsg run on each incoming message, or at least > each one with mime headers? Maybe by adding to ~/.procmailrc? >
What I do (after dealing with robo-mail from servers I know won't generate anything needing fixing) # Set here rather than earlier so we don't splat out zero-length files for stuff # we filed before this, so we didn't fixmsg... TMPFILE=`mktemp -p /home/valdis/tmp fixmsg.XXXXXXXXXX` # Canonify to 8-bit UTF-8 :0 wf *!^Content-type:.*multipart/signed | tee $TMPFILE | mhfixmsg -noverbose -file - -outfile - And then a cron job that cleans up the temp files once in a while.. (Can probably punt the mktemp and tee, that's a legacy from when mhfixmsg misbehaved sometimes. I can't remember what the exact problem with /signed was, signatures got broken sometimes, I suspect a pissing match between exmh, nmh, and gpg about what "canonical form" is. :0 wf | mhfixmsg -noverbose -file - -outfile - is (or should be) sufficient, I think.
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