I receive a large number of emails from a particular client of mine. These emails all come with a fairly long standard disclaimer at the bottom. When I print these emails, Mail makes a complete bodge of it due to the long line length of the disclaimer. None of the three formatting options 'rewrap','scale','keep apparent font size' really help, the main part of the message remains in some impossible-to-read tiny font.
I've taken to starting to forward the message, manually deleting the disclaimer text, printing the message, then discarding it. How utterly stupid.
Does anyone know of a way I could get the disclaimer text removed when the email arrives? Perhaps something in Applescript that I could 'run' on the mail folder where their messages are directed to? The text is always the same so I'm guessing some kind of 'find this text and replace it with nothing' would do the job, although whether or not you can edit original emails like this is something I don't really know.
By the way, getting the client to change their message is out of the question I'm afraid. I wish! :-(