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Editing a Disclaimer in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2007-12-06
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We are using SBS 2003
There is a Disclaimer at the bottom of each of our outgoing e-mails (which is great, having seen the complexity of solutions to add one!). However, this disclaimer was added by the original installers of the system who cannot be contacted. Where would I find the file that contains this disclaimer to be able to edit it i.e. format it to be left justified and maybe add the company logo, tel no. and registered office details.

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NEL
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Ah, you are running SBS? you will have some other program doing this for you, as SBS is not able to add disclaimers. Look for Exclaimer or GFI installed on the system.
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Is your disclaimer added from the client (Outlook) or from the server?
This is the first question to ask to tell which program is used.
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Seconds to find the GFI programme
Minutes to solve the problem
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