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display filter for RFC822 messages

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This program is a filter which shall improve the readability of messages (email and posts) by *hiding* some annoying parts, e.g. mailing list footers, signatures and TOFU as well as squeezing sequences of blank lines or punctuation.

TOFU is an acronym that stands for "Text oben, Fullquote unten" (German language) which means the style of sadly so many people that just leave all the quotes in a reply and add some own lines above. This acronym is what gave the script its name - TOFU Protection.

It currently offers hints how to include it within mutt, slrn or inn2. It should be possible to do similars with other programs that allow to have a message run through a filter before it's displayed. If you use such a program we'd be interested if you could send in your setup.

Homepage:
Package version:2.101-2
Architecture:all
Distribution:Debian
Filename:t-prot_2.101-2_all.deb

/usr/share/doc/t-prot/README

T-PROT -- TOFU protection
=========================

1. What the hell is TOFU?
   As the man page says:
   TOFU is an abbreviation which mixes German and English words; it expands
   to "text oben, full-quote unten" which means "text above  -  full  quote
   below"  and describes the style of so many users who let their mailer or
   newsreader quote everything of the previous message and  just  ad
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/README.Debian

t-prot for Debian
=================

 This nice script was done by a dear friend of mine and is quite useful to
not lose temper when receiving mails that are TOFU (see the manual page for
an explanation of that abbreviation). I personally think it's really helpful.

 debconf asks for systemwide inclusion, you can always revert that change
with "dpkg-reconfigure t-prot" or a simple removal of the s
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/examples/README.examples

T-PROT EXAMPLES
===============

Here are some examples on how to use t-prot effectively with other
programs.


muttrc.t-prot
=============
You can use the `source' statement to include this into your mutt[1]
configuration file -- /etc/Muttrc system-wide, or ~/.muttrc for your
very personal configuration.

mailcap.t-prot, nailrc.t-prot
=============================
Nice and small one-line configur
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/usr/share/man/man1/t-prot.1.gz

T-PROT(1)                                                  T-PROT(1)



NAME
       t-prot  -  TOFU 
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/changelog.Debian.gz

t-prot (2.101-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * The "l10n R us" upload.
  * Adding following debconf tra
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/changelog.gz

2010-10-31 11:18  Jochen Striepe

	* t-prot: Release as v2.101.

2010-10-31 10:13  Jochen Striepe

	
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/TODO

	TODO LIST FOR T-PROT
	====================

For more issues and/or some details, please see the BUG
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/usr/share/doc/t-prot/copyright

This package was initially debianized by Gerfried Fuchs <rhonda@debian.org> on
Tue, 29 Jan 2002 15:5
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