The EXCS resource allows you to specify what fields should be excluded in the HTML output.
Each line of the <EXCS> element specifies a mail header field to exclude in the converted HTML output. Each line is treated as a Perl regular expression (NOTE: the regular expression is already anchored to the begining of the line).
Any fields you specify for the EXCS resource will
augment the default list, unless the "
is specified. If "
Override" is specified, the default
list is discarded along with any other lists specified from previous
<EXCS> elements; and only header fields specified in the
<EXCS> element are excluded.
EXCS takes precedence over the FIELDORDER resource. Therefore, any field matched by EXCS will always be excluded regardless if the field is listed in FIELDORDER.
<Excs> content- errors-to forward lines message-id mime- nntp- originator path precedence received replied return-path status via x- </Excs>
The following example shows how to exclude all message headers:
<Excs Override> . </Excs>
FIELDORDER, FIELDSBEG, FIELDSEND, FIELDSTYLES, FLDBEG, FLDEND, LABELBEG, LABELEND, LABELSTYLES