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Signature File In Notes 4X Mail

A lot of people have wanted the possibility to have a signature file in Notes
mail. (This function is added in v5). We have updated our mail template with
the following code, and told the users to make a signature file and please it
in C:\Notes\Signature.doc. The file must be in ASCII Text format. (You can have
other formats.). (Put a template in your public MS-Word template folder, and
let your users personalise the document (add / change names ++) and save it as
C:\Notes\Data\Signature.doc)

The mail template is updated, so that the forms "Replay, Replay With History
and Memo" have got the new button "Import Signature File".

When the users click on the new bottom, the signature file is imported into the
message.

The code behind the bottom is:
@Command([TextSetFontFace];"Courier");
@Command([FileImport];"ASCII Text";"c:\\notes\\data\\Signature.txt")
@Command([TextSetFontFace];"Courier");
@Command([FileImport];"ASCII Text";"c:\\notes\\data\\Signature.txt")

This was first published in November 2000

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