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Compose Dialog


If you like to send any new email with a unique identity, you can activate the timestamp feature. This feature is [off by default].

The format of the timestamp is the same as the format used in the strftime-syntax. Unusable characters will be replaced with '_'. [default empty = unix time]

Use '%l' for the localpart and '%d" for the domain of the previous address and use '%t' for the timestamp to define the format of the resulting email address. [default %l%t@%d]

If you like to remove the current text or html signature from your emails while using a virtual identity, you have to install the signature switch extension. Virtual Identity will than trigger the deactivation or reactivation of your signatures. [off by default]

Additionally you can deactivate the attachment of any S/MIME or PGP signatures here - the later only if enigmail is installed. Both options are [off by default] and will deactivate the signatures as soon as a virtual identity is used.

Sometimes it is required to set your own senders address as a reply-to address. You can do this with any virtual identity too, but be aware that this additional reply-to address will be added directly before you send this email. This feature is [off by default]

Last modified 10 years ago Last modified on Aug 9, 2012, 7:52:25 PM