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Re: How to set a web link for forwarded public notices not in plain text
Re: How to set a web link for forwarded public notices not in plain text ascii
Mon, 21 Jun 2004 12:18:15 GMT
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Don Saklad <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >Processing the mail automatically is not hard -- you just `forward'
> >your mail through something like procmail and correctly configure
> >procmail to send some of your mail through the converter. You can even
> >wrap the converter in a fancy script which will drop a file in the
> >right place for your website and modify the site's index.
> a. Who could set up something like that ?...
You could. :)
> b Where do you get expertise about procmail and converting?...
>From the procmail documentation and the converter's documentation. :)
> c. Would there be anything in place that would not need that
Maybe, but I don't know of it. Special purpose software generally
doesn't exist (for free) unless there's a significant demand for
it. That's unlikely in your case, so your best bet is to configure
some generic software yourself.
> City hall MIS management information services did not know
> how to set up email in plain text ascii nor how to set up
> a web link with the public notices of city council committees
Why do you keep posting these URLs?