HTML mail [was Re: FEL was Re: Hi]

g geleem at
Sun Aug 8 19:53:36 UTC 2010

On 08/08/2010 03:17 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

> To do that it would need to parse the contents (it's easy to construct a
> message that looks a lot like HTML but isn't, e.g. a plain text message
> discussing HTML syntax).

and why i have filter for 'Content-Type: t e x t/h t m l'

> Way too much work for a filter which might be invoked for every
> incoming message.

this is true. but i do not concern myself about time, when i and protecting
against hidden java.

besides, i am running at least 70 'titled' filters and one more does not

also, order in which filters are run has a lot to do with time spent.

because of what i filter for, body containing html is near bottom of list.


peace out.



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