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Johan Gunverth

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How do I get the added domain footer so it also appears in the senders copy of that mail in "Sent Items"? I'm asking for a law firm who needs to prove that the receiver indeed got the footers "legal text". It's works, but the sender never sees it and therefore cannot prove the receiver actually got to read the legal (i.e. read the mail in his/hers mail client).

We now use client-based HTML signatures that works fine, but the servers ability to add a dynamic footer would be awesome to use instead of this.
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Johan Gunverth wrote on Mon, 07 December 2015 06:29
How do I get the added domain footer so it also appears in the senders copy of that mail in "Sent Items"? I'm asking for a law firm who needs to prove that the receiver indeed got the footers "legal text". It's works, but the sender never sees it and therefore cannot prove the receiver actually got to read the legal (i.e. read the mail in his/hers mail client).

We now use client-based HTML signatures that works fine, but the servers ability to add a dynamic footer would be awesome to use instead of this.


Johan,

If you use email archiving, for example to a local subfolder, that instance of the message does show the dynamic (domain) footer with the entire contents of the footer.

Since the mail client (Connect Client, Apple Mail, Outlook, etc.) will only show in their sent folder what was created in that client, then that wouldn't be authoritative, but the server archive will have what the client created and what the server added.

If you have any questions, please let me know. I'm using both server appended footers and email archiving successfully.

Cheers,
Jon
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