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Re: Adding a default outgoing sig to exim4

On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 05:57:00PM +0100, Mark C wrote:
| On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 16:51, Derrick 'dman' Hudson wrote:
| > No.  Read this to get an understanding of the technical and
| > non-technical issues of such an attempt :
| >     http://www.goldmark.org/jeff/stupid-disclaimers/
| See below, I did mention sig and not disclaimer :)

From a technical standpoint, what's the difference?

| but thanks for the link, it proved a few laughs.

You're welcome.

| > If you want to append a signature, configure your mail client to do
| > so.  In mutt this is done with a line like "set
| > signature=~/.signature".  I don't know what squirrelmail requires for
| > that.
| I 'm asking this question, as I will be setting up a local small
| companies mailserver using exim4 and they wish to append an automatic
| signature, and not a disclaimer, i.e their company name, main contact
| and website.

I shouldn't be saying this, but 'transport_filter'.

As for implementing the filter, the same problems as described in the
above link exist :
    o   how do you not break the MIME structure?
    o   how do you not break PGP/GPG signatures?
    o   how do you ensure that, in *all* cases, the result the reader
            sees is sensible and what you intended?


The remote desktop feature of Windows XP is really nice (and *novel*!).
As a Microsoft consultant can *remotely* disable the personal firewall
and control the system.  We'll ignore the fact that this tampering with
the firewall is not logged, and more importantly, that the firewall
isn't restored when the clowns from Redmond are done with their job.
                                                            -- bugtraq

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