[kde-linux] Kmail filter execute command function.

John Culleton john at wexfordpress.com
Thu Jul 9 19:47:40 UTC 2009

Kmail 3.5.10 on Slack 12.2
The manual says:
Execute Command
This will execute a program, but will not modify the message. 
 You can feed the program with the parts of the mail: %0, %1, etc. 
stand for files representing the message parts; for common 
messages %0 is the text, %1 the first attachment and so on. 
Additionally, the whole message is fed into the program's stdin; 
and every occurrence of %{foo} is replaced by the content of the 
foo header.

This currently only works if the message has at least one 
attachment. No, not even %0 will work in the general case!
1.  Does the Warning apply to the entire paragraph or only the last 
2.  Is this restriction still in effect? 
3.  Does KDE 4.0 change it at all?
John Culleton
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