I wish to use Anomy to (also) defang in-line image attachments in e-mail
messages. Currently, when users send image attachments as separate file
attachments, everyone is happy. However, if a user (usually a spammer)
composes their message such that their image attachment is in-line, some
e-mail clients (like Mozilla Thunderbird) automatically display the
image irregardless the user's preferences (not to display images).
I've noticed that such offensive messages use an <img cid:####> tag. I
need Anomy to detect uses of the cid: property and rewrite the messages
such that the in-line attachments become file attachments -- to empower
the user to decide for themselves whether to view the image. How can
this be done?
Thank you very much for your time.