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martyn.pearson

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Hello,

With regards to HTML Domain Signatures. Does kerio store this in a file somewhere i can edit the html source direct and maybe script updating of this file?

Thanks,
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kevinneal

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Hi, I updated the footer then had a look to see which folders modification date changed and it led me to usr/local/kerio/mailserver/settings

there is a folder for your domain there and inside that a folder called footer, but unfortunately no html file so I think this might be for any graphics you add, after a bit more poking around I found the HTML in mailserver.cfg after <variable name="Footer">

Its quite messy html but you can probably figure it out
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winkelman

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I don't think changing the mailserver.cfg directly works. At least consider this: as far as I know you'd have to FIRST shutdown the mail server, then edit the cfg-file and then start the mail server up again for it to work. Of course, this might be just fine for you, but I'dd guess most people want the change to become active 'live'.
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lang

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Hi,
domain footers are indeed stored in mailserver.cfg (it was the same with plain-text footers), folder /kerio/mailserver/settings/[domain] is used to store footer images.

Beside of manual editing of configuration files, it is possible to use Administration API which was just introduced. But it requires some programming skills. See http://manuals.kerio.com/connect/api/en/

Lada
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