Is it possible to automatically strip unwanted text out of a message body and forward it to another email address? I currently receive a weekly list of songs to play on my radio show in a list from 1 - 20, and I want to automatically remove the email signatures, additional info and advertising from the bottom of the email and forward it to a predefined address to be automatically reblogged across my blog sites.
The email is worded exactly the same every week with a changing list, is it possible to forward only the header and the list?
Top 20 songs
20 - led zepplin
19 - pink floyd
1 - ac/dc
Thanks, Programme Director [website link] [contact]
I want to remove the last line of that sample email above and forward the edited message to something like posterous to be reblogged.
I am currently manually editing and forwarding, but I'm struggling to keep up with it as I'm not always able to get to a computer.
I'm currently using posterous to autoblog to my station profile pages, and using LetterMeLater.com as a workaround when I'm not at my computer. That is, when I have some free time I edit the message to be forwarded and copy to LetterMeLater to be resent on the night of the show, at the exact moment the show goes live to air.
This is great, and best of all free; however it would greatly help if I could automatically edit the messages somehow, the text string I want to remove is exactly the same every week and the content is always emailed in the exact same format/layout.
I will be happy to change mail programs, even operating systems to work around this, and I'm more than happy to exchange contact details / private message details and provide examples.
Any assistance would be most appreciated! I will continue to watch this thread and check back every few days, Thanks so much for your help and patience, and I look forward to any responses
Currently using Thunderbird 2.0 on Windows 7