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Posted on 1999-01-22
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How do i create a mail signature at the end of a memo.So  that it functions when responding to mail. I can create a stationary in the drafts file,that i use when creating a memo, but that doesnt work when replying to a mail.
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Quickest way is to write a quick text footer and then import when required.
Otherwise you need to dip into the design of the database and change the code that adds the "reply" subform and then get this to add another subform of your choice at the bottom of the memo. More details available on request...but I'm at home at the mo and paying for this !!!
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