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    Hi,

    In my CoS I would like to enable "HTML compose" but I want to force my users to send emails in text format only. Is that possible?

    Regards, Erik

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    you'd have to run this command for every user

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    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraFeatureHtmlComposeEnabled FALSE

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    Why not duplicate the CoS and set it there ?

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    Thanks for the replies.

    bdial:
    The zmprov command is a solution but then I have to remember to run it every time I create a new user.

    uxbod:
    What do you mean by duplicate the cos? I want my users to be able to use the rich-text formating everywhere in the system but not when composing emails.

    /Erik

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    Then why not set it within the Cos ?
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    Perhaps you should clarify what you mean by "your CoS"

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    My CoS is the class of service set for the domain to which my users belong.

    I have enabled "HTML compose" on the Features tab and set "Always compose mail using: Text" on the Preferences tab. But the users can still change to HTML when composing a new mail.

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    Why not remove Preferences from them ? You can do that in the CoS under Features.

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    erdah,
    Are you saying you only have one class of service for your domain?
    If so, just create a class of service for the rest of your accounts and adjust it to allow test only. See the screenshot that uxbod posted.

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    uxbod:
    I just want to prevent the users from selecting Format As HTML in the Options drop-down. The user must have access to the Preferences tab.

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    msonen:
    I cannot see how creating multiple CoS solves my problem. The settings shall be the same for all the users.
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