How to Remove X-headers
glenn at mail.txwes.edu
Thu Mar 12 15:47:01 GMT 2009
Sounds good to me. -G.
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From: Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk>
To: MailScanner discussion <mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info>
Sent: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 15:17:59 +0000
Subject: Re: How to Remove X-headers
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> Okay, no problem.
> The new functionality will still take a list of header names or
> regexps. The regexps mustn't contain spaces or I can't parse them,
> so use \s when you mean a space. Header names can optionally end in
> a ':', it will be added if not supplied. Header names can optionally
> be of the form /regular-expression/ in which case this will be
> applied to the whole header line (including the name and value of
> the header of course). The test will be appled in a case-insensitive
> Is that what people want?
> On 12/3/09 14:58, Glenn wrote:
> > Julian - Yes, I tried X-Mime.* and it does not work.
> > It seems the X-header limit in Microsoft Exchange is just now beginning to
> > cause problems. There is already a commercial fix for Exchange 2007
> > (http://www.codeplex.com/HeaderFilterAgent), but of course we are using
> > Exchange 2003. So you have at least one "people" who could put this
> > functionality to use, and probably others will be looking for it soon.
> > Thanks. -Glenn.
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