On Wed, Jun 28, 2000 at 01:37:59PM -0500, Nate Bargmann wrote:
> First things. Mutt will create a directory called ~/.mutt and you
> can place muttrc in there (note there is no leading . on the filename).
or, use ~/.muttrc (and ~/.mutt/).
> Now, I know whereof you speak, so I added the following lines to my
> my_hdr From: Nate Bargmann <email@example.com>
> So far this has kept Exim from telling the world my user@hostname. You
> can mangle headers in other ways using the my_hdr line. Also, you'll
> likely want to use muttrc to set up some custom colors and get away from
> the default black and white.
> - Nate >>
i've tried the my_hdr to default 'content-type:' to be 'text/html'
(wouldn't dream of forcing any html on linux folk, trust me)
to no avail, so i'm hobbling together a perl script to do it instead.
i even tried 'unmy_hdr' first...
can mutt be made to rewrite 'content-type'?