mailscanner is a lovely tool
clacroix at cegep-ste-foy.qc.ca
Mon Nov 20 19:01:16 GMT 2006
On Monday 20 November 2006 13:51, Denis Beauchemin wrote:
> sandrews at andrewscompanies.com a écrit :
> > Ok, we've all had out opinions here on it, but he's not asking that.
> > Maybe his boss will fire him unless we point him the right direction
> > here; so now that we've all had our say, let's see if we can give him
> > some help.
> > I'm using my mailscanner as a smarthost for outbound email so I can
> > sign the messages with a boilerplate of legal junk...wasn't my idea,
> > but I had to do it anyway. Why can't the sign clean functionality be
> > used to add this logo in?
> > It appears you'd just have to adjust inline.sig.html to have the logo
> > in there, no?
> > Julian sent out this recently to make it happen:
> > Sign Clean Messages = %rules-dir%/sign.clean.rules
> > In /etc/MailScanner/rules/sign.clean.rules, put something like this:
> > From: hisdomain.com yes
> > FromOrTo: default no
> > And then if you want to vary the signature per-domain for example, use
> > this
> > Inline HTML Signature = %rules-dir%/html.sig.rules Inline Text
> > Signature = %rules-dir%/text.sig.rules
> > and then in ..../rules/html.sig.rules
> > From: hisdomain.com /etc/MailScanner/reports/hisdomain/inline.sig.html
> > FromOrTo: default /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/inline.sig.html
> > and in ..../rules/text.sig.rules
> > From: hisdomain.com /etc/MailScanner/reports/hisdomain/inline.sig.txt
> > FromOrTo: default /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/inline.sig.txt
> > That should be enough to get you started.
> I don't think can work... how is he supposed to save his company logo in
> the HTML sig file? UUencode it?
With something ugly/very ugly ... external image hosted somewhere.
Charles Lacroix, Administrateur UNIX.
Service des télécommunications et des technologies
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