Hi, I've seen this question asked before here, but didn't find an answer...
I've got a forum that is mirroring a mailing list. The mailing list appends a 4-line footer to the end of each message. And of course, if people reply to others messages, then those 4-lines might appear multiple times in a message.
I think it'd be nice if I could strip off that footer for the messages that appear in the forum.
Does anyone have an example code of how to do this?
If it makes any difference, I have control over the footer text, so I could start it and end it with a unique character sequence. But I'd rather not get rid of it.
Hmmm, from that reply, I'm thinking that my original request was not clear enough. :-)
I have a forum that is mirroring an email list. On the email list, the LISTSERV adds a footer to everyone's emails. The Nabble forum is archiving these messages, but I don't see any reason to include that footer on the forum version of posts. And in fact, when I post messages to the email list via the Nabble forum, those footers don't show up on the forum version of the posts.
The footers include all text between the quotation marks below:
I'm assuming that I can override a macro somewhere to remove any occurrence of these 4 lines, whenever a message is posted in the future? But I'm not sure which macro, or what the override would look like.
I don't think there is any need to remove this footer for past posts -- I was thinking more in terms of future posts.