Outlook Web Access - Automatically Include Signature

I am running Small Business Server 2003 and am using Outlook Web Access. I want to automatically include a signature in my outgoing email. I can set it up in Options and I have checked the box "Automatically include my signature in outgoing messages" and clicked save and close. But, when I log onto OWA again, from same computer or another computer, the box is unchecked and the signature is not included. The content of the signature is apparently saved on the Exchnage server because if I check it again, the signature content is there.

My question is, what do I need to do to make this stay checked? Is this a bug, or as Microsoft likes to say, this behavior is by design?

Outlook 2003 on the client computer does save the setting, of course. The problem only exists on OWA.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
litaaAsked:
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SembeeCommented:
It does work, because I have done it.
Is the server fully up to date on service packs for Windows and Exchange?

Simon.
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litaaAuthor Commented:
Tried it on a fourth computer and it finally kept the setting...yes, I have all updates for both SBS and Exchange.

Must not have been holding my mouth right. I DEFINITELY clicked Save and Close, not just Close, but settings were not retained.'

Thanks for your answer, even though the problem seemed to go away.
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