Conditional rule based on content information
davejones70 at gmail.com
Thu May 8 12:50:00 IST 2008
>Dave Jones wrote:
>> >It's in the latest releases. Here's the relevant chunk from
>> ># This option can be used to stop any duplication of en email signature
>> ># appearing in the HTML of an email message. It looks for the "alt"
>> ># attribute in the <img> tag specifying the image to be inserted int the
>> ># HTML signature. If you want to use this option without inserting an
>> ># into the signature, simply specify an <img> tag without a "src"
>> ># If the "alt" tag appears, and contains the word "MailScanner" and the
>> ># word "Signature" and the %org-name% you specified at the top of
>> this file,
>> ># then the message is considered to already be signed. If this option is
>> ># also set to "yes", then it will not be signed again. Multiple image
>> ># signatures at the bottom of a message can make the message very
>> large and
>> ># ugly once it has been replied to a couple of times.
>> ># This can also be the filename of a ruleset.
>> >Allow Multiple HTML Signatures = no
>> >This should do exactly what you're looking for. If it doesn't then let
>> >me know and I'll see what adjustments can be made.
>> You added this feature for me and it is working great. We are only
>> getting one signature. If we send the first email out, then
>> everything looks great -- our logo/slogan is appended to the bottom of
>> our email. The situation I am trying to prevent is when the first
>> email is sent inbound and we reply/forward causing our logo/slogan to
>> be added to the bottom of the original external person's email. It
>> makes things appear that xyz.com <http://xyz.com> (external company)
>> has our abc.com <http://abc.com> logo/slogan.
>> All I need now it to be able to detect an original email based on
>> something in the headers or body so I can make the signature rule
>> conditional on this.
>Can you work out a way of doing this? I already look through the body
>looking for my signature. How can I work out if the message doesn't
>belong to me but still not sign it?
>I can't figure this one out, sorry.
I am trying to figure this one out on my own. My original question was
intended to be a generic question about how you can look through the body of
an email and then enable or disable a rule based on that hit in the body.
Do I use a custom SA score? If so, then how do you setup the signature rule
to be conditional on this SA score hit?
>> >Dave Jones wrote:
>> >> Is there a way to make a rule conditional on a body content? Would an
>> >> SA rule be required to get a hit on that score then take different
>> >> What I am trying to do it only append the inline HTML signature only
>> >> on the first outbound email for a particular domain. Currently the
>> >> HTML signature is getting appended to the bottom of all outbound email
>> >> (for my test email address) so if the email originates from the
>> >> outside and I reply, then _my signature_ is being appended to the
>> >> original bottom that _was not mine_.
>> >> So I need to find a way to detect and append the inline HTML signature
>> >> only to the first outbound email from my domain. Can this be done
>> >> with some advanced rules based on SA scoring?
>> >> I have searched with various keywords in the mailing list archive with
>> >> no success.
>> >> --
>> >> Dave Jones
>> Dave Jones
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