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Adding Custom Signature in WorldClient gives Error

[Leischow, Paul]
Paul Leischow
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Paul Leischow - 03:07pm, Apr 15 2020

If I go into Settings/Compose in WorldClient and create a custom signature with the text...
"This electronic transmission, including any accompanying attachments, contains information that may be privileged."

and have it auto apply this signature to every new email, if I create a new email (I see the signature applied instantly) and try and send it, it gives an error stating...
"You used the words, "including" and "attachments", but there are no attachments. Click OK to send the message anyway."

Obviously a bug since it thinks my signature is trying to do something due to the fact it contains those key words.

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Marlon B - Apr 17, 2020 11:01 am (#1 Total: 1)  

 

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Hello Paul,

This is a new feature in 19.5.

From the help manual http://help.altn.com/mdaemon/worldclient/en/new_in_worldclient.htm:

Warn on Missing Attachments

On the Options Compose screen, there is a new "Warn on Missing Attachments" option, which is on by default.
Before sending a message, WorldClient will check for any mention of attachments in the subject or body of the message and warn you if there are no files attached.

This feature however should not apply to signatures, for now this option can be disabled as a workaround.

I will submit this as a bug to our development team.

Thank you.



Marlon

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[Last Editor: Marlon B, Apr 17, 2020 12:17 pm. Total Edits: 1]



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