24 inserting signatures with winword – Kofax Communication Server 9.1.1 User Manual

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SM2 switches to Image Mode, where he proofreads and signs the message by clicking the Sign button. He

then selects Authorize from the Message menu to send the message to its final recipient.

Users SM1 and SM2 must have the proper rights defined in their user profiles in order to insert test keys

and sign messages. In addition, SM2 must have his signature stored in his user profile. (See the KCS


Administrator’s Manual for complete information on user profiles.)

4.24 Inserting Signatures with WinWord

In the example below, user SM writes the following message, containing API key word commands, in

WinWord, to be sent to recipient ARROWS. Authorized user SM2 has to sign and authorize the message.

<<To: ARROWS>>

<<Auth: SM2>>


This is the text of the message

Best regards

<<Sign SM2>>


SM2 receives the following message in TCfW: