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Thu Apr 23 12:25:11 IST 2009
See 4.76.17. You put in the magic token _SIGNATURE_ and it will replace
it with the inline HTML or text signature, as appropriate.
On 23/04/2009 11:46, Jason Ede wrote:
> I suspect this will not be an easy if at all viable idea, but here goes...
> We currently use the sign clean messages option on our outbound emails
> to attach our corporate signature and image and this is appended to
> the bottom of all outbound emails.
> This works for the first message we send out, but if we reply to an
> inbound message then our personal signature (i.e. name and position)
> from within outlook is put at the bottom of our part of the email, and
> then the inline sig is added at the end of the email after the
> original email. Is it possible to insert the inline sig into the email
> at a preset point by putting some form of tag into our signatures i.e.
> after my name on a blank line I put <<signature>> and the inline sig
> is inserted at that point within the email and if its not present then
> just append at end as normal?
> I know this will not work at all for signed messages, so if it can be
> done must be an option and I’m guessing it could add extra processing
> load to MailScanner?
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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