Alter existing signature via setdefaultsignature.py
tosty last edited by
Hm, really … for me that did not work… I have to retry…
Just tested again. If I run setdefaultsignature.py via example_wrapper.sh <username> again, it is NOT overwriting an existing kopano signature.
Running for <username>
Default Signature already exists.
ichi123 last edited by
For everyone with the same problem:
I was facing the same problem and commented out the two columns in the file “setdefaultsignature.py”:
#if webappsettings['settings']['zarafa']['v1']['contexts']['mail']['signatures']['all'].get(signatureid): # print 'Default Signature already exists.'
Thereafter, the signatures will be overwritten during execution.
Please note that when executing “example_wrapper.sh” without a given user, all signatures will be overwritten.
I assume no liability for the fact that everything works ;-P
Sorry for digging but it helped me a lot.