Special Disclaimer Signature to only appear on outgoing business emails

Hello,

Recent security policy at my company dictates that a confidentiality disclaimer must appear at the bottom of everyone's emails to outgoing (non internal email address) email addresses. Exchange 2000 and AD 2000 is running on my Domain controller for my section of the domain (one hotel of a group of hotels). I was wondering the best way to go about doing this (initiating it from my Child OU of the domain). Basically if the email address is a message is not being sent to person@mydomain.com I need that disclaimer inserted at the bottom. Currently there are about 120 active mail boxes in the exchange server. Many thanks for you help.
BlackSealRocksAsked:
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BlackSealRocksAuthor Commented:
Here is the disclaimer btw:

------------------------------------------------------------
DISCLAIMER:-
This email is confidential and intended only for the use
of the individual or entity named above and may contain
information that is privileged. If you are not the
intended recipient, you are notified that any dissemination,
distribution or copying of this email is strictly prohibited.
If you have received this email in error, please notify us
immediately by return email or telephone and destroy the
original message. Thank you.
------------------------------------------------------------

Thanks
SeanConnollyCommented:
BlackSealRocks

Just about the easiest and cheapest way (ie free) is to take a look here:

http://www.msexchange.org/news/Disclaimer_software_for_Exchange_Server_provided_free_by_GFI.html

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BlackSealRocksAuthor Commented:
Excellent! Precisely the kind of thing a I was looking for. However, I am not the domain admin, so cannot apply the disclaimer across the whole domain (only my child OU). Is there a way to do it by group instead of just by user? Will it work if I set it per user, but pick a distribution group?

Thanks
SeanConnollyCommented:
BlackSeaRocks

I was assuming you would apply this software as an Exchange Admin rather than Domain Admin.  Since you have the Exchange server on your fileserver this should be ok.  However, if you're not too sure why not email the guys at gfi directly?
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