add the feature for a disclamer

Registered by Bruno JOLIVEAU - www.savoirfairelinux.com on 2009-08-24

poweremail seems to become a "power tool" !
Thanks for this job.

I think it should be useful to add a disclamer feature. We can imagine a new object to add text (disclamer, promotional message...) at the bottom of all messages generate by poweremail after the user's signature. This disclamer should be common for all users.

Thanks

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Started by
Sharoon Thomas http://openlabs.co.in on 2009-09-12

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'Message Footer': text composition which will be appended to all mails if present.

Q: Should 'Footer' be part of a template or an account ?

A :
Hello Sharoon,
I think the better way should be a new list in your configuration menu. In this way, the user can create several "footer".
Then, you add a many2one field in each account to select the "footer".
In second time, you add the same field in template.
When a new message is written, you use first the "footer" in this account expected if the template has a "footer".
So, if the template has a "footer" too, it should replace the original "footer" from the account.

;-)
For your information, i have got already new blueprints all around your "powertool" because of our customers use actually several "commercial and close software". Most of those customers and users like the "date function".
This feature add two date fields in the footer message configuration (begin date, end date). The footer message appears in out mails when written only beetween those two dates. You'll retrieve the same in Openerp price list.

Thanks and ask me more informations if you need.

Q: Can you propose a merge of this feature?

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