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Signature Switch   Signature Switch - Hybrid-Signature

This example shows you how to format a signature-file so that it can be used for composing in both plaintext- and HTML-style.

Achim Seufert

eMail: mozext at achimonline de
<font color="blue">Achim Seufert</font><br>
<font color="black">
Website: <i></i><br>
eMail: <i>mozext at achimonline de</i><br>

Note: The =-separator-char must be on a line on its own. It separates the plaintext-signature (above) from the HTML-signature (below).

That way "Signature Switch" will detect a "hybrid-signature" and choose the appropriate signature depending on what style you're composing the mail.

For those who already use fortune-cookies (and maybe also the "fixed-part") in their signature-files... check this example on how to use this features together with a hybrid-signature:

line 1 of fixed-part for plain-text
line 2 of fixed-part for plain-text
line 3 of fixed-part for plain-text
line 1 of fixed-part for html<br>
line 2 of fixed-part for html<br>
line 3 of fixed-part for html<br>
line1 of fortune-cookie1 for plain-text
line2 of fortune-cookie1 for plain-text
line3 of fortune-cookie1 for plain-text
line1 of fortune-cookie1 for html<br>
line2 of fortune-cookie1 for html<br>
line3 of fortune-cookie1 for html<br>
line1 of fortune-cookie2 for plain-text
line2 of fortune-cookie2 for plain-text
line3 of fortune-cookie2 for plain-text
line1 of fortune-cookie2 for html<br>
line2 of fortune-cookie2 for html<br>
line3 of fortune-cookie2 for html<br>