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How to I add the same outgoing signature to all mails?
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Check this 3rd party tool.

If you are looking to add a disclaimer to all outbound SMTP messages and
don't want to spend a lot of money and have someone that is familiar with
VBScript as well as Exchange and SMTP event sinks, you may want to review
this KB article:;en-us;317327
You should be able to limit to an individual.

Other products:

I would recommend EXclaimer

If you need a really robust toolset that includes the disclaimer, I would
suggest GFI Mail Essentials.  There is a disclaimer portion of the software
will work after the 60 day trial for the software expires.

There are a ton of toolsets out there that can accomplish this goal
effectively.  Here are links to some websites with information regarding the
various toolsets available:

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