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    Default Signature field to small

    Hello Zimbra Team,

    it is possible to get more Space in the Signature.
    I need more Space for text ( more then 1024 ). What is todo ?

    Thanks a lot
    Last edited by MyLive; 03-05-2009 at 05:14 AM. Reason: size forgotten

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    The signature length can be set in the class of service (CoS) or for an individual account. It's called "Maximum length of mail signature: " in the admin gui, on the "preferences" tab.

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    Check in the Admin GUI as I believe you can increase the amount there.

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    OK, i have found it, but the Zimbra Desktop do not change it ...
    the webfrontend works

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    Please file a RFE for this change.

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