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Lomer
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      01-19-2004
Dantu,

I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o disclosing
previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but that has been
unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows me to delete is the
last sender. All other previous sender's addresses are forwarded. The
only method I found to be successful, but a real pain in the butt is to
save the msg. in HTML and then edit out ALL addresses via some program
such as Word. Then the body can be copied and pasted into an email.
However, this technique does not allow one to copy and include any graphics.

I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and have
been unable to find a foolproof method.

Merr

 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-19-2004
Lomer wrote:

> Dantu,
>
> I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o disclosing
> previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but that has been
> unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows me to delete is the
> last sender. All other previous sender's addresses are forwarded. The
> only method I found to be successful, but a real pain in the butt is to
> save the msg. in HTML and then edit out ALL addresses via some program
> such as Word. Then the body can be copied and pasted into an email.
> However, this technique does not allow one to copy and include any
> graphics.
>
> I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and have
> been unable to find a foolproof method.
>
> Merr
>


Perhaps I misunderstand you. If you forward as inline, can you not
simply edit out any undesired header information by highlighting and
deleting?

Lee
 
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Tono
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      01-20-2004
Leonidas Jones wrote:

> Lomer wrote:
>
>> Dantu,
>>
>> I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o disclosing
>> previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but that has been
>> unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows me to delete is
>> the last sender. All other previous sender's addresses are forwarded.
>> The only method I found to be successful, but a real pain in the butt
>> is to save the msg. in HTML and then edit out ALL addresses via some
>> program such as Word. Then the body can be copied and pasted into an
>> email. However, this technique does not allow one to copy and include
>> any graphics.
>>
>> I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and
>> have been unable to find a foolproof method.
>>
>> Merr
>>

>
> Perhaps I misunderstand you. If you forward as inline, can you not
> simply edit out any undesired header information by highlighting and
> deleting?
>
> Lee



That always works for me.
 
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Lomer
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      01-20-2004
Tono wrote:
> Leonidas Jones wrote:
>
>> Lomer wrote:
>>
>>> Dantu,
>>>
>>> I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o disclosing
>>> previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but that has
>>> been unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows me to delete
>>> is the last sender. All other previous sender's addresses are
>>> forwarded. The only method I found to be successful, but a real pain
>>> in the butt is to save the msg. in HTML and then edit out ALL
>>> addresses via some program such as Word. Then the body can be copied
>>> and pasted into an email. However, this technique does not allow one
>>> to copy and include any graphics.
>>>
>>> I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and
>>> have been unable to find a foolproof method.
>>>
>>> Merr
>>>

>>
>> Perhaps I misunderstand you. If you forward as inline, can you not
>> simply edit out any undesired header information by highlighting and
>> deleting?
>>
>> Lee

>
>
>
> That always works for me.

-----
Tono,

It is possible that my 1.5 has some missing or corrupt files that
prohibits me from viewing all headers for subsequent deletion. If I
forward a message to you, would you be kind enough to forward it back to
me and give me the exact procedure you used? If the forward is
successful, I may then need to reinstall 1.5.

Thanks,
Merr

 
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Tono
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      01-21-2004
Lomer wrote:

> Tono wrote:
>
>> Leonidas Jones wrote:
>>
>>> Lomer wrote:
>>>
>>>> Dantu,
>>>>
>>>> I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o
>>>> disclosing previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but
>>>> that has been unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows me
>>>> to delete is the last sender. All other previous sender's addresses
>>>> are forwarded. The only method I found to be successful, but a real
>>>> pain in the butt is to save the msg. in HTML and then edit out ALL
>>>> addresses via some program such as Word. Then the body can be copied
>>>> and pasted into an email. However, this technique does not allow one
>>>> to copy and include any graphics.
>>>>
>>>> I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and
>>>> have been unable to find a foolproof method.
>>>>
>>>> Merr
>>>>
>>>
>>> Perhaps I misunderstand you. If you forward as inline, can you not
>>> simply edit out any undesired header information by highlighting and
>>> deleting?
>>>
>>> Lee

>>
>>
>>
>>
>> That always works for me.

>
> -----
> Tono,
>
> It is possible that my 1.5 has some missing or corrupt files that
> prohibits me from viewing all headers for subsequent deletion. If I
> forward a message to you, would you be kind enough to forward it back to
> me and give me the exact procedure you used? If the forward is
> successful, I may then need to reinstall 1.5.
>
> Thanks,
> Merr


Go for it! (no attached files please)

Tono
 
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Leonidas Jones
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      01-21-2004
Tono wrote:
> Lomer wrote:
>
>> Tono wrote:
>>
>>> Leonidas Jones wrote:
>>>
>>>> Lomer wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Dantu,
>>>>>
>>>>> I also have problems forwarding mail w/Mozilla 1.5 w/o
>>>>> disclosing previous addresses. I've tried the in-line approach, but
>>>>> that has been unsuccessful. The only address that approach allows
>>>>> me to delete is the last sender. All other previous sender's
>>>>> addresses are forwarded. The only method I found to be successful,
>>>>> but a real pain in the butt is to save the msg. in HTML and then
>>>>> edit out ALL addresses via some program such as Word. Then the body
>>>>> can be copied and pasted into an email. However, this technique
>>>>> does not allow one to copy and include any graphics.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have searched the net for an answer to the same question and
>>>>> have been unable to find a foolproof method.
>>>>>
>>>>> Merr
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Perhaps I misunderstand you. If you forward as inline, can you not
>>>> simply edit out any undesired header information by highlighting and
>>>> deleting?
>>>>
>>>> Lee
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> That always works for me.

>>
>>
>> -----
>> Tono,
>>
>> It is possible that my 1.5 has some missing or corrupt files that
>> prohibits me from viewing all headers for subsequent deletion. If I
>> forward a message to you, would you be kind enough to forward it back
>> to me and give me the exact procedure you used? If the forward is
>> successful, I may then need to reinstall 1.5.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Merr

>
>
> Go for it! (no attached files please)
>
> Tono


Sure, go ahead.

Lee
 
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Lomer
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      01-26-2004
Problem Solved: Mozilla 1.5 does not allow one to "edit out" headers in
emails forwarded as attachments, i.e. Mozilla doesn't provide for
mail-like actions on attachments, even if they're properly forwarded
mail messages. See:

http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=204350

 
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