Conditional rule based on content information
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Thu May 8 15:05:37 IST 2008
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Dave Jones wrote:
> >> All I need now it to be able to detect an original email based on
> >> something in the headers or body so I can make the signature rule
> >> conditional on this.
> >I've done this for you. You give it a list of header names. If it finds
> >any of them in the headers of the message, it decides it's actually a
> >reply and won't attach the HTML signature to it. Is that okay?
> That sounds perfect. I should be able to find some unique header
> names to key on.
> (Sorry I sent the last email before seeing this reply from you.)
> This might be a useful feature for other circumstances if admins had a
> variable like _ISORIGINAL_ to use in rules if there is a reliable way
> to detect the first email in a series so you could add or remove
> processing on first emails.
Give 4.70.1-1 a try and let me know what you think.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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