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- To: Cypherpunks <[email protected]>
- Subject: Kill lines
- From: [email protected] (Edgar W. Swank)
- Date: Sat, 06 Mar 93 02:25:43 PST
- Comments: Liberty!
- Organization: SPECTROX SYSTEMS (408)252-1005 Silicon Valley, Ca
I agree with Eli Brandt that Chael Hall's simple implementation of
a standard "kill" line is preferable to the complicated "Regexp"
specification. I could manage it, but I agree with Eli that many
Eli offers an alternative of
Assuming that this can be inserted in the body of the message with
the :: convention as well as among the headers, this is acceptable,
but is still more complicated than the "kill line". The proper
number for "signature-lines" will have to be found by trial and
error, by sending messages to oneself.
One caveat here. Any remailer which implements "signature-lines" will
have to -remove- that line from the header (or change <number> to
zero) when it removes the <number> of signature lines from the end of
Otherwise, a chain of "signature-lines" remailers would -each-
see the "signature-lines" header and would -each- remove <number>
lines from the end of the message body.
[email protected] (Edgar W. Swank)
SPECTROX SYSTEMS +1.408.252.1005 Silicon Valley, Ca