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Is there a token for email sender's signature?

I need the email generated from template to be signed by the person who is sending the email.

  • I'd like to add user's signature after each template in case we send a mailing/bulk emails. Any news about that ? The best would be to get a token user_signature Best regards, Fabien – HashKey Mar 27 '18 at 11:06
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Yes there is but it only works for regular mails not for mails sent by CiviMail (bulk mails):

  1. Add signature to the CIviCRM contact that is connected to your CMS contact (see screenshot).
  2. Click on send email for a contact and the signatures should be in the Text editor.

However, for Bulk Mails you would have to put the signature in a footer or th emessage template.

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  • This way CiviCRM is adding the signature of Recipient, not the Sender. – Aivars Apr 5 '17 at 14:44
  • You are right, the token indeed resolves the recipient's signature. However, If add a signature to the CiviCRM contact that is connected to my CMS user, the signature will be displayed as soon as I pull up the send email mask. Just tested it again and it works for me using CiviCRM 4.7.17 and Drupal. – Fabian Apr 6 '17 at 5:59
  • That's correct. But how can I use such a signature together with email template? – Aivars Apr 6 '17 at 8:14
  • I am afraid that is not possible. You can of course cut out the signature and paste it again after selecting the template or implement custom token/functions, javascript magic etc... – Fabian Apr 6 '17 at 13:51
  • I couldn't get this to work properly, but there is an extension de.systopia.signatures (github.com/systopia/de.systopia.signatures) which has the functionality needed. – Phil_B Aug 6 at 14:31
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You might find the code in https://github.com/JMAConsulting/biz.jmaconsulting.sigs a useful starting place for a token for CiviMail - a PR for this would be welcome. Feel free to contact me if you would like us to develop it for you.

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