Mail Signature – Openntf


 

We use Cross signature from crossware but I am a big fan of open source software and was surprised to see Mail Signature on OpenNTF by Ulrich Krause .

I desisted to try it out.  Mr. Krause  explains it very well.

Copy the addin too the root of the domino binary dir and add the following lines to notes.ini

;======  MAIL SIGNATURE START =====
EXTMGR_ADDINS=ntrigger64.dll
MAIL_SIGNATURE_CONFIG_DB=signature.nsf
MAIL_SIGNATURE_DEBUG_AGENT=1
MAIL_SIGNATURE_DEBUG_LEVEL=99
MAIL_SIGNATURE_LICENSE=TF4E6-33SU3-2GX3O-XMP62-WBBN4
MAIL_SIGNATURE_LOG_TO_FILE=0
MAIL_SIGNATURE_LOG_FILENAME=signature.log
;======  MAIL SIGNATURE END =====

if you change the MAIL_SIGNATURE_DEBUG_LEVEL=0 & MAIL_SIGNATURE_DEBUG_AGENT=0 your console will not get any debug.

everything was working fine after about 10 min work ,just remember to restart server. or reload config

Nice job Ulrich

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4 thoughts on “Mail Signature – Openntf

  1. Thanks for mentioning the project. It’s not as feature complete as the tools from BCC and Crossware, but does what it is supposed to do. And it is open source. So feel free to add the missing pieces and post your extension back on ONTF.

  2. but its really great to do central signature solutions. one think that i would like to add is option to replace current signature if found , any clues on that ?

  3. replacing an existing signature. Well, yes, I’ve thought of this, but found it not easy to do. There are so many things to take into consideration. What is the “current signature” ? How to identify it? Where does it start, where does it end? User changed something in the signature; how to find it then. It’s not an easy task …

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