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Exchange 5.5 auto add signature

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hello,
I need to know if its possible to make Exchange server 5.5 to add signature to outbound emails, depending on the email addres of the sender, so if i send an email from john@mydomain.com it will add: IT Manager phone and address, and if i send from mary@mydomain.com it adds Sales Department phone and address.

And if its possible, how to do it??

Thanks a lot!
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While Exchange 5.5 can be made to add an autosig to outbound mails, that level of functionality is not present. Create the autosig in Outlook and have the client do it.
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by:zULu
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So, i can make Outlook add something like
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Address
Phone

But not personalize it depending on the sender's email. :(
Well if no one can give me a solution (maybe a plugin????????), i'll accept ur answer

Thanks for your time ;)
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It still won't do it automatically depending on criteria. It either adds to all or the user has to manually select an autosig to use. Just checked www.slipstick.com (the reference for all things Outlook) and found http://www.slipstick.com/addins/sig.htm. There are a couple of tools there that may fill the bill.
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