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edvsteinbach

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Hi!

If i insert a HTML Footer to Domain Preferences -> Footer and send a Test Email they just show me the plain HTML. If I just put the same html in personal signature as html and send a test Email they show me all html in the righ format.

So where is my issue? Did I forget Something or need domain footer html a special format?


Greets, Stephan
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b-tom

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Did you create the HTML Footer using the KC WYSIWYG? The Checkbox "Use HTML" should be enabled prior creating the domain footer.

Could you share a screenshot?
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edvsteinbach

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I just use Dreamweaver for creating the HTML. I Always using div layer...

The screenshot shows just html plain text, like <div "id"></div>

Greets Stephan
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edvsteinbach

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Anyone else a hint for me?
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wag357

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This might sound crazy but could you try copying the actual code out of Dreamweaver into Notepad, then saving it as a plain text file, then reopen the text file and copy the code out of there and pasting it into Kerio.
Sounds crazy but I've had similar issues with taking code from Dreamweaver and Contribute and this worked. It's worth a shot.
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