addding footers to distribution lists in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2005-03-24
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Simple question:

A user wants to add a footer (a privacy disclaimer) to the bottom of every e-mail sent to an Exchange 2003 distribution list.  The disclaimer should be added to every e-mail sent to the distribution list, users inside the organization and users outside the organization - anyone.  I can't find anything about this in the MS knowledgebase.  Anyone have any ideas?  Thank you.
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HOW TO: Add a Disclaimer to Outgoing SMTP Messages in Visual Basic Script

HOW TO: Add a Disclaimer to Outgoing SMTP Messages in Visual Basic
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To expand on my own question, there are several third-party apps that will provide disclaimer functionality.  I ended up using one of those.  The VB options seemed like more than I wanted to deal with.  Plus, the third party apps are pretty flexible.  You can apply various rules which let you control the use of the disclaimer.

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