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Mario65

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It would be fanastic to be able to edit areas of the report files that could be saved away just like user settings and out of office text.
It would be nice to have the option for each report to:
a) show the KMS version
b) show the primary domain or replacement text
c) show the local KMS domain of sender/target instead of primary
domain.
d) show User TEXT for this report

This way we don't have to change the .rep files each time a software update is done.

for example:

Avir-notify.rep


<report name="avir-notify" lang="en" encoding="utf-8">

<variable name="subject">Invalid content in mail message (attachments stripped)</variable>

<variable name="label-problem">Problem</variable>

<variable name="label-mimetype">MIME type</variable>

<variable name="label-filename">File name</variable>

<variable name="label-virusname">Virus name</variable>

<variable name="label-error">Error</variable>

<variable name="label-antivirus">Antivirus</variable>

<variable name="problem-virus">Virus found</variable>

<variable name="problem-file">Prohibited file extension</variable>

<variable name="problem-mime">Prohibited MIME type</variable>

<variable name="problem-failed">File cannot be checked for viruses</variable>

<text>

This is an informative message sent by <value name="server-version"/> at INENCO.



Your mail message did not pass the server content filter:



<value name="message-header"/>



<value name="problem-list"/>



*** PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY *** ((avir-notify.rep))



The above attachment(s) have been stripped from the rest of the e-mail and may be checked to ensure it complies with INENCO IT Policy.

The recipient has received your e-mail less the stripped attachments above.

The recipient has also been notified of the stripped attachment(s) with a similar message.



To find out how to prepare WORK related attachments please e-mail SUPPORT<_at_>INENCO.COM.AU


</text>

</report>

Avir-replace.rep



<report name="avir-replace" lang="en" encoding="utf-8">

<variable name="label-problem">Problem</variable>

<variable name="label-mimetype">MIME type</variable>

<variable name="label-filename">File name</variable>

<variable name="label-virusname">Virus name</variable>

<variable name="label-error">Error</variable>

<variable name="label-size">File size</variable>

<variable name="label-antivirus">Antivirus</variable>



<variable name="problem-virus">contained a virus</variable>

<variable name="problem-file">contained an attachment with prohibited file name</variable>

<variable name="problem-mime">contained an attachment with prohibited MIME type</variable>

<variable name="problem-failed">could not be checked for viruses</variable>

<text>

This part of mail <value name="problem-description"/>:



<value name="problem-details"/>



The attachment was removed by <value name="server-version"/> at INENCO.
*** PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY *** ((avir-replace.rep))

The above attachment(s) have been stripped from the rest of the e-mail and may be checked

to ensure it complies with INENCO IT Policy.

The sender has also been notified of the stripped attachment(s) with a similar message,

advising them that you received the e-mail less these quarantined attachments.



For receipt of stripped WORK related attachments please forward this e-mail to

SUPPORT<_at_>INENCO.COM.AU requesting the quarantined attachments.


</text>

</report>

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