Amending Disclaimers

Posted on 2007-08-07
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Last Modified: 2017-02-08
We are running exchange 2003..

There is currently a disclaimer on the emails which i want to amend..
Where do i find and how can i do it.

Question by:COGNOTEC
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peakpeak earned 1500 total points
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It's a third-party software. You have to look for it, probably on the server.

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Any ideas what it would be called??
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Could be anything.
Exclaimer is the major one, there is also DisclaimIT and others.
Plus there is an event sink method on Microsoft's knowledge base, which cannot be easily found.


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