Outlook signature issue with custom form


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Guest

when I do a reply by using my custom form, my signature is not auto inserted.
However if I do a forward it is auto-inserted.

I have configured the reply action as "do not include orginal message"
and forward as "include original message text"

any work arounds for getting the signature inserted?

rgds,
Jey
 
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Guest

Outlook 2003 sp1

Sue Mosher said:
Outlook version?

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Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
 
J

Jeff

SP1 seems to introduced a few changes to **when** sigs are inserted
into forms. My add-in has just been broken by a similar issue.
For me the fix was to modify the Body property of my message in the
Item_Open event; previously I was doin it in the code that created
the message object.

HtH.

Jeff

17/09/2004 07:43:06
Software Solutions <[email protected]>
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Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook]

That's why I was asking about the Outlook version. Outlook 2003 SP1 by
default adds the user's autosignature to even custom form messages. This
behavior can be suppressed with a new registry value. See
http://www.outlookcode.com/d/ol2003problems.htm#sp1

The original poster's case is very curious, though, because it has a
signature on forwards whose origin I can't explain.

--
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Author of
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
 
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Guest

Hi Sue,
I can confirm that this is happening in my outlook 2003 sp1 custom form.
I am not running any code in the custom form. I do not have any com add-in
interacting with this form either.

As I said in the original post I have configured the the reply and forward
actinos differently. I also did a test with setting the reply & forward
actions to "repect user settings" and in tools->options->email options, I
have configured the reply to "do not include original message" and foward to
"include original msg" and stil I get the signature not included in reply and
getting inserted in forward.

jey
 
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