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    hello, I just installed 6.04 and I want to use domain disclaimer. in documentation is say like this :
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignature TRUE/FALSE
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureText "some text"
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureHTML "<html><body>some body text"</body><html>"
    how to use it if I have a textfile :
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureText textfile ????

    thanks you.

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    Details are in both of the wiki articles (depending on which one you're using):

    Domain Disclaimer Extension Admin UI - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Adding a disclaimer (altermime) or footer - Zimbra :: Wiki

    These are only for Zimbra 5.x - have you upgraded to 6.x? If you have please update your forum profile so we know which version of Zimbra you're using.
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    We are also interested in using this feature. It was the main feature which caused us to upgrade from 5.x to 6.x.

    From what I understand it should be included in the 6.0.4 NE update.

    Is it? And if so how is it used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skenkin View Post
    We are also interested in using this feature. It was the main feature which caused us to upgrade from 5.x to 6.x.

    From what I understand it should be included in the 6.0.4 NE update.

    Is it? And if so how is it used?
    Is is, did you read the details in the Release Notes?
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    thanks Bill, I'm sorry , I'm just upgrade to zcs 6.04 and I don't know how to use domain disclaimer with a text file or a html file.

    Regards

    Oktamaxi

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    Default Domain Disclaimer

    Quote Originally Posted by oktamaxi View Post
    hello, I just installed 6.04 and I want to use domain disclaimer. in documentation is say like this :
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignature TRUE/FALSE
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureText "some text"
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureHTML "<html><body>some body text"</body><html>"
    how to use it if I have a textfile :
    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureText textfile ????

    thanks you.
    Hello, I know Linux Guru likes to use CLI for all management, but that is not useful for regular staff who needs to manage the server for simple tasks like changing Disclaimers, etc. Do you think this functionality will be introduced into the Admin UI? or a add-on like was available in 5.x?

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    I think you mean to use the file as the source for the signature, rather than typing it in at the CLI. If this is the case, try:
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    zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureText $(cat file_containing_text)
    In other words, you are passing the results of concatenating the file to the command.

    Hope that helps

    Jon

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    Default Domain Disclaimer

    Thanks Jon,

    I understand that it can be done from the command line (CL), but it would be great if this can be configured from the GUI as well. "regular" staff do not have access to the Linux Command Line.

    Zimbra is very powerful, if you know all the Command Line functionality. GUI is simplier for people who do not need or require the complexity of the command line, one thing that Linux based software seems to neglect.

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    From the release notes to 6.0.4:

    Admin console access will be added on the global and domain level when the domain level capability is added
    Have a look (and vote) at Bug 41872; expand disclaimer support from single, global to per-domain. It doesn't seem to have been committed for a particular release yet.

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    If it gets more votes then it will catch the eye of the Zimbra project management team

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