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Can you add a certificate to the end of every mail that is sent out by a user that cannot be edited. Auto signature is not what im looking for can it be done at the server and applied to all users?
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It sure can.  Take a look at IMSEXT (links are at the bottom) - http://www.slipstick.com/addins/content_control.htm
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IMSEXT solved this one.
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