David Hooton david at PLATFORMHOSTING.COM
Mon Feb 16 09:49:21 GMT 2004

Hi All,

We have customers beginning to go mental at us again for the fact that
footers are applied multiple times on their email conversations - ie. They
reply to an email and don't trim the footer off and wind up with a heap of
footers on the bottom of their mail.

While I know this is more an issue of them not trimming is there any way
MailScanner can check to see if the message already has the footer & either
removes to old one and re-appends to the bottom /or/ just plain doesn't
append it if a copy already exists in the message?

I had an idea that perhaps MailScanner could look for a string (the first
line of the footer) in the message and if it exists, don't append the

I think I've asked this before and no real solution was offered, it would be
a very nice thing to have added if it is at all possible!  I'm sure I'm not
the only person who has customers who have asked for this..


David Hooton

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