This is the command mimefilter that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
mimefilter - filter a MIME message stripping unwanted MIME parts
The mimefilter script accept on STDIN a MIME conforming message, and outputs on STDOUT a
MIME conforming message.
It strips every unwanted MIME part, warning by email the original author about this, and
outputs a MIME compliant cleaned message, to be further processed by a mailing list
You may find it useful if you don't want certain attachments on your mailing lists, or if
you want to allow just the text part from multipart/alternative messages, and so on. You
can easily fine tune the list of allowed MIME types to suit your particular needs, using
normal Perl regexps.
The mimefilter script may take just an option, in either its short or long form:
Causes the script to print this very manpage and then succesfully exit.
However, the mimefilter script won't bark at you if it discovers you supplied some other
options as well, it'll just politely ignore them.
The mimefilter script cheerfully takes an unlimited number of command line arguments and
happily discards them all.
Use mimefilter online using onworks.net services