Not Allowing Multiple HTML Signatures
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Tue Sep 6 13:49:44 IST 2011
Please read the comments given to you in the MailScanner.conf file.
Immediately above the "Allow Multiple HTML Signatures" setting is this
text, which explains what you need to put in "inline.sig.html" for this
feature to work:
# 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 "no", then it will not be signed again.
On 06/09/2011 13:04, homyang cha wrote:
> Hello Experts
> I have been trying to avoid multiple html signatures from being
> attached to replied and forwarded mails with no success. Can anyone
> who has done this before or have any idea on this help me. My
> Configuration are as follows:
> 1. MailScanner.conf
> Allow Multiple HTML Signatures = no
> 2. inline.sig.html
> <br> <img src="" alt="MailScanner Signature CompanyName"/>
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> 3. I am using CentOS 5.6 , MailScanner-4.84.3 with postfix-2.3
> Thank you in advance.
> homyang (aka puran)
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