I just realized that I sent a bunch of responses to individuals and not the list, so for the record,
I am summarizing:
Thank you for the comments/replies.
I don't really have any interest in getting credit for these, and I don't know how to use SVN or any
kind of code/project management system. If someone here wants to verify that my code isn't
malicious and include it (even as their own), I'm fine with that. I'm just hopeful that someone
else will find a smidgeon of value in the macros.
I have attached a text file (.vba) with better designed and commented code. The fortune-cookie
(EmailSigs.txt) file now uses a more "human-readable" syntax, and has no settings to change
internally except possibly the EmailSigs.txt path which is now set to a more standard
The only way I can find to see the header information in 2010 is to open the email message and
select the "Properties" button under the "File" ribbon/menu. What you get is a tiny, 90x375 pixel
sub-box in which to view the header. I find it more obtuse than it should be. I have no doubt that
it could be done better than what I have hacked together, but it suits my purposes.
The "Inspector" problem:
I don't really understand the "inspector" designation, thus I'm not sure how to recognize that a
user wants to see the header of a message only selected (and maybe viewed in preview) in the main
window for example. I also don't understand why someone would need to deal with signatures except
in a compose-mail window.
The documentation in the Wiki isn't decent enough (It got me working with QuoteFix!). I would think
adding these would be fairly straightforward.
BTW, awhile back, I posted (under another of my names) a .diff file in the project's "Patches" area
covering some changes I made to the main QuoteFix macro which make the name parsing a little smarter
and offer a possible option for both first and last name. I didn't know if anyone ever looked
there, so I thought it should be pointed out.
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