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    Default [SOLVED] Adding a disclaimer (footer)

    Hi all!
    I have seen all forums messages related with e-mail disclaimers, and I did a little article in Zimbra Wiki.

    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...e%29_or_footer

    This system can be modify to add a diferent disclaimer to all diferents domains.

    Any comments well will be received.
    Daniel Eugenin
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    Talking Excellent !

    It works PERFECTLY !
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    Caracas - Venezuela

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    Thank you very much!

    I'm working on adding a diferent disclaimer by domain, I'm goint to add it later...

    Best regards
    Daniel Eugenin
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    I did update last wiki article, and i did add and extra point for add an diferent disclaimer by domain

    Good Look!
    Daniel Eugenin
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    Quote Originally Posted by deugenin
    Thank you very much!

    I'm working on adding a diferent disclaimer by domain, I'm goint to add it later...

    Best regards
    this is an easy implementation

    any questions ask...

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    Yeah, the wiki article update it's done!
    Daniel Eugenin
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    Thanks for this, the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I've done this on our server and it worked first time.

    However, the disclaimer is also being added to messages recieved by zimbra. So if I send a mail from home to my work email address, the company disclaimer is being added to it when zimbra gets hold of it. This looks odd and people are complaining. Could anyone tell me how to make this script only add the disclaimer to mail sent from the server?

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    In this case you must to do a bit change in your master.cf file:

    <incoming ip>:smtp inet n - y - - smtpd
    <outgoing ip>:smtp inet n - y - - smtpd
    -o content_filter=dfilt:



    Replacing <incoming ip> and <outgoing ip> with the IP addresses of the different network interfaces. In practice, these IP addresses could be bound to the same network controller.

    You can read this reference:
    http://www.paw.za.org/docs/howtos/po...o-2.html#ss2.5

    Regards
    Daniel Eugenin
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    This zimbra server is setup with a single IP address. It has one network card in it and has a private IP of 192.169.0.2 (yes I know that should be 192.168 but it's been like that for years and changing it is more hassle than I can be bothered with)

    I've no idea how to go about fixing this in this instance, I assume I could add a second card to the box and wire the second card directly to the router giving the machine an external IP address in addition to it's internal one, but then it wouldnt be protected by the firewall and I'd need to learn setting up the firewall directly on the zimbra server. If that's the only option, then I'll do it, but is there a way to do it based on sender email address rather than IP? So it would stamp the disclaimer if the domain of the sender was our own domain?

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    Is not necesary to add a second network card. Only you must add another IP in the same card (for example: eth0:0), and modify your master.cf adding <incoming ip> and <outgoing ip>.

    I will do an example later...

    Regards
    Daniel Eugenin
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