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header attachment

Hello Community,

recently I've turned off mime attachments at gwia with the --noattachmsg startup switch. This saves up a lot of precious disk space. The emails are now half the size. Unfortunately Thunderbird users do see an attachment named Header in ever email that comes from outside of the email system. They don't know what it is, they don't understand that it should be ignored. Is there a way to hide this attachment in Thunderbird? Or is there a way to tell gwia to not no attach this Header file? Is it even recommended to use noattachmsg  at all?

Regards,

Gellert

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