AW: AW: New beta released

Julian Field MailScanner at
Thu Aug 14 09:52:32 IST 2008

Ehle, Roland wrote:
>> Ehle, Roland wrote:
>>> Jules,
>>> no performance impact so far on my machine, dealing with ~ 35k
>> messages. One thing I realized and did not find the reason so far: Sign
>> Clean Messages option does not work for HTML-Messages anymore :-( Only
>> Text-messages are signed. So probably something has happened.
>> Have you noticed there are quite a few new config options to do with
>> signing HTML messages. You well might be falling foul of one of them.
>> Please can you double check with the new options for me?
> [...]
> I noticed the config options that deal with signing messages. I have the following settings:
> Inline HTML Signature = /etc/MailScanner/rules/sign-html.rules
> Inline Text Signature = /etc/MailScanner/rules/sign-text.rules
> Sign Messages Already Processed = yes
> Sign Clean Messages = /etc/MailScanner/rules/signature.rules
> Attach Image To Signature = no
> Allow Multiple HTML Signatures = yes
> Dont Sign HTML If Headers Exist = # In-Reply-To: References:
> I have copied the working sign-text.rules to sign-html.rules to make sure, that it is not a problem with the rules file. I have triple checked all configuration options and found no errors in the configuration. Text E-Mails are signed, as it should be, but neither HTML nor Richtext formatted messages are signed.
> I use Exchange 2k7 as Mailserver.
Just tried that bunch of settings for you, and it works fine for me.


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