Free Disclaimer Software for Exchange 2003

Posted on 2006-05-11
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
Okay, so I searched for an answer to this particular topic and what I came up with was pretty outdated so I'll post my question.

I'm looking to add a disclaimer to all of my outbound e-mails. The GFI product according to them, no longer offers the one free disclaimer as described in previous posts, so you have to buy the full blown software. For my organzation, this is overkill as I already have software that handles the other aspects of what GFI's software is capable of. Is there any other freeware out there that will allow me to add a disclaimer to my outbound e-mails? I'm running Exchange 2003 by the way.

Thanks in advance.
Question by:Nolanb2004
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    by:Microtech is one way of going about it

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    Unfortunately I don't have VB here.
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    This one is vbscript:


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