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What is best way to implement a standard signature and font for all company E-mail

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Company has asked me to use a standard font, font size and color for everyone as well as forwards and replies. they also want a standard e-mail signature with a confidentiality notice on the bottom. I have to implement this on all outlook clients as well as OWA service. I would like to know what is the best way to do this other then the obvious which is go to each computer and configure it. My plan is to make a template for the signature and have everyone edit the part with their information and apply it. This will come with instructions with good pictures. As for the font and everyhting I would like to know how I can change this from the server as well as how to do this on OWA service. Please all ideas are welcome.

sincerely,
Carlos M. Rodriguez
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For Fonts:
To do this on the Outlook Client, simply install the Outlook .ADM file from the Ms Office support kit in to a Group Policy Object and then set up the required fonts, size and colour as required, then apply the GPO to the users.

For Signatures:

Unless you use a 3rd party solution or an event sink, Exchange can't do this natively.
Poduct like GFI will added on company disclaimers.


OWA:
You can't set the fonts for OWA.


Post back if you need further details.
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