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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    Does this work regardless of mail client, or is it web-gui only?
    This is a system/wide Domain Signature (disclaimer) tutorial.

    The Howto covering the entire process, from install altermime, modify your postfix configuration, extending your Zimbra LDAP schemas, create disclaimers scripts related and, finally, an Admin Extension for Admin UI to enable and set domain disclaimers.
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    Awesome! Great work, lots of people upset that zimbra haven't already added this in - particularly to 5.0, as it is legal (albeit it stupid) requirement in several countries now.

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    Thank you deugene for your work!

    It inspired me to plug a filter I wrote, basically to convert OpenOffice documents to MS-Office documents on the fly for outgoing e-mails. This can be quite useful for organizations that have adopted OpenOffice but that need to exchange editable files with the outside world in a transparent way.

    I know it is anathema to modify the email content, but a sysadm has to do what a sysadm has to do ;-)

    The script is quite configurable through a setup file, and the code is simple enough to modify it for other uses.

    My extension is called "oo2ms" and can be downloaded from Fichiers WHM. There are 2 RPM files, one with the scripts and another with the RPM sources. On Fedora/RH/SuSE the installation is just:

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    rpm -ivh oo2ms-1.0-WHM.noarch.rpm
    Then read the README in /usr/share/doc/oo2ms-1.0/.

    If you have any other platform (normally debian based), you will need to extract the files from the RPM (with rpm2cpio) and follow the manual installation procedure.

    I enclose the README and rpm files (inside a tgz file).

    Enjoy!

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    Excelent work cvidal! congratulations! i'll probe it....
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    Very intriguing.

    Have the automatic installation scripts and the plug-in been tested on ZCS NE 4.5.9 or 4.5.10 for Mac OS X?
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    I believe the disclaimer add-in relies on 5.0 admin console calls, but you can always do the manual altermime process.

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    If so, it would be helpful to specify the requirements somewhere in this thread or the wiki page (which only says its been tested on ZCS 5.0). Sadly, I have already wasted far too many hours unsuccessfully working on the manual altermime installation to go back to it now.
    Jonathan Bare, ACSA
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbareMACS View Post
    Very intriguing.

    Have the automatic installation scripts and the plug-in been tested on ZCS NE 4.5.9 or 4.5.10 for Mac OS X?
    No jbareMACS, the automatic instalation script is only for Red Hat or CentOS 4 or 5, and Zimbra 5.x....

    Like mmorse says, always you can try with manual installing and translate it for Mac OS X....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbareMACS View Post
    If so, it would be helpful to specify the requirements somewhere in this thread or the wiki page (which only says its been tested on ZCS 5.0). Sadly, I have already wasted far too many hours unsuccessfully working on the manual altermime installation to go back to it now.
    I don't know about mac os, but i found this page about altermime for Mac OS X 10.5, and the instructions for install it....

    altermime version 0.3.6 for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
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    Daniel,

    Nice work on the disclaimer script, although I must admit I've yet to get it work I'm hoping you can shed some light on my situation and point me in the right direction.

    In short, I used your automatic script (0.0.2) for the install. I had to manually create the disclaimer file for my domain though. Once I did, it worked, however it only worked on new emails I would send and not emails I would reply to. I tried v0.0.3 but ran into issues with extending the LDAP schema. I've got a forum post about the issues but I'm not sure how many users are trying to use this. Like many, we have a requirement to add a disclaimer on ALL outgoing emails.

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    Jason

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