Re: [exim] How is this done? (A1601 from exim FAQ) legel dis…

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Author: Warren Baker
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Subject: Re: [exim] How is this done? (A1601 from exim FAQ) legel disclaimers
Matt wrote:

>Doug Block wrote:
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>>Ok with that wonderful answer which I agree with 100% who is this done
>>exactly. I have read more things on why not to do it and what it may
>>break but for the life of me I have not found what statement I need to
>>add in a exim filter to add it. I remember something about how to do it
>>from something I read about a year ago but I can't remember if it was a
>>manual or a post which doesn't help me find it.
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> Using the above answer in the faq.
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> I am not completely sure of the process, but I believe you also need a
>shell script which literally cats stdin to a tmpfile, runs altermime on
>the tmpfile, then reinjects the email via the sendmail command.
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>Matt
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Check out Philip's perl script transport-filter.pl which use in the
transport_filter.

   remote_smtp_filter:
     driver = smtp
     transport_filter = /path/to/transport-filter.pl


So as Matt said use alterMIME and modify the Philip's perl script to suit
your needs.

Warren