Re: [hypermail] How to suppress PGP signature from mail archive

From: Julien CANON <>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 09:47:07 +0100
Message-ID: <>

  Thank you for this first answer. :)

  Yes, it ignores application/pgp-signature because this isn't the real content-type. In fact, the real content-type for the whole message is multipart/signed and the "protocol" (???) is application/pgp-signature...

  So if I put "ignore_types = application/pgp-signature" in the configuration file, nothing appens.
  and if I put "ignore_types = multipart/signed" in this file, the content of the mail is suppressed, apart the headers :(( So I've no more the PGP-signature, but no content of mail neither...

  For the rest of your aswer, I still want the others attachments (different than pgp-signature).

  Please, is there a solution for me ?

Peter C. McCluskey wrote:
> (Julien CANON) writes:

>>  I'm currently using hypermail 2.1.5 and I want hypermail to forget all
>>PGP SIGNATURE from the attachment.html page.
>>  I've tried first with ignore_types with these values :
>>	ignore_types = application/pgp-signature

> I've tested this with the latest version and it ignores any
> "Content-Type: application/pgp-signature" mime sections. Have you checked
> the Content-Type: of the signatures you're getting?
> Are you trying to remove attachments that are already in your archive?
> If so, I'd guess you should "overwrite = 1" (assuming you aren't using the
> incremental mode).
Julien CANON                  
Received on Fri 14 Feb 2003 10:43:48 AM GMT

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