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add different signature for newmail and replies automatically

add different signature for newmail and replies automatically

add different signature for newmail and replies automatically


I am new to groupwise and I want to know abt these features in groupwise.can anyone help me in finding solution for these.

1) I need different signature for different mails.when I click new mail it shd be appended with one signature and when I fwd or reply mails it shd add another signature automatically.I know there is a prompt option to choose different sign'tures but I dont want to click on that for every now and then

2) I sent an email to a list of emial ids.now I want to add some more content to the same list of ids.what I am looking for is "Reply all to the mail in sent folder".

3) when I click an attachment I want it to be opened in an application I specify, like when i click a .doc I want it to be opened in MS-word or a pdf in acrobat, not the stupid inbuild app they have in groupwise.



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