e-mail footer

e-mail footer

Text inserted automatically at the end of every e-mail message sent from the company's mail server. E-mail footers are typically a marketing message or legal disclaimer such as "any information provided in this e-mail does not constitute a recommendation." See e-mail prefix and e-mail signature.
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The committee found a prima facie case for James Kendall to answer concerning use of the designatory initials ACMA after his name in his e-mail footer when communicating with CIMA, in contravention of members' regulation 11.4.
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