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Default Signature for Outlook 2000

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I want to add a default signature to all outgoing mail in my organisation (about 130 computers). Client OS is Win2k Pro with Outlook 2000, Server is Win2k Server. I want it to be in plain text. We are not using an Exchange server, we are using the IMO Version of Outlook 2000. It would be good if it could pull different variables from the Win2k AD. Example of what I want added to all outgoing e-mail:

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

"Full Name"
"Organisation Name"
"Telephone Number"
"Fax Number"

Disclaimer: All information in this e-mail is confidential etc.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Is there a way to do this through group policy? I want this to be added to all outgoing mail, preferrably I would like the client to see their signature but not have the ability to change it, also I would like to do this from a single administration point.

As Always, any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Paul
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I believe both of the links above require Exchange, and I'm not running an exchange server.

Thanks,

Paul
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sorry paul my mistake.i did not see the exchange part.
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http://www.outlookdisclaimer.com

It did all that I wanted.
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