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SIBJaborek

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Greetings everyone,

today i tried to use the domain footer with the new placeholders. I was not able to build our whole company footer because of the ASCII symbols limit. I wonder because our footer isnt big at all. We use tables in our signature for some design reasons. With tables you can set the padding very well. Unfortunately tabs do not work.

I searched the place where Kerio saves the footer. Its in the config file.
<variable name="Footer">html: ... </variable>

Kerio writes the cryptic code in one line. Thats an awful way to save an html footer!

Is there a way to link a html file? Editing a html file with NVU would be much more comfortable. The server should add that html footer under the mail.

Beside, I noticed that i cant see the domain footer in sent mails. I use Outlook 2013. Thats kinda confusing, too.

Please, update the software and fix these problems. Thanks!


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