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Re: Gnus: Forwarding emails: how to get "Fwd:" in subject and ">" in bod

From: Marius Hofert
Subject: Re: Gnus: Forwarding emails: how to get "Fwd:" in subject and ">" in body?
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 11:18:41 +0100

Dear Memnon,

thank you very much for this hint. I figured out the following: 
(setq message-forward-ignored-headers "^.*")
and it worked :-)



On 2011-11-28, at 10:24 , Memnon Anon wrote:

>>>> Something I realized on testing is that a lot of "weird sender
>>>> information" is sent with the forward. 
>>>> =>  Do you know how to prevent that from being included?
>>> (customize-group "Message Forwarding") <-C-x C-e here
>>> Look around, can you figure it out? :)
>> I found two things: message-forward-as-mime and
>> message-forward-show-mml. I guess it's the second (cause the technical
>> clutter inserted in the message says something like "mml"). So I
>> tried: (setq message-forward-show-mml nil) However, this doesn't seem
>> to have an influence on the problem (I also did a restart just to make
>> sure it's correctly set).
> The "weird sender information" in the forward are Headers.
> By default, most header informations are kept, except:
>   "^Content-Transfer-Encoding:\\|^X-Gnus"
> ,----[ Docstring `message-forward-ignored-headers' ]
> | All headers that match this regexp will be deleted 
> | when forwarding a message.
> `----
> If you want all header information removed, try setting 
> `message-forward-ignored-headers' to a regexp that matches all headers. 
> I leave that as an exercise to you :)
> If you know nothing about regexps, 
> (elisp) Regular Expressions is a good starting point.
> Memnon
> P.S.: If you really can not figure it out, write me an email.

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