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Is there a way to create the signatures globally so that each exchange user when they access thei mailbox automatically get the signature generated and each individual cannot change it?
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The only way to do this is with third party tools, such as Exclaimer.

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If you want it generated from the server side then Exclaimer, if you want to be forced generated on the client side then use Opusflow OUtlook disclaimer.
Difference is that in server triggered disclaimers, the user won't see the disclaimer even in the sent items, but if the user uses OWA disclaimer will apear.
For client based, the user will see it added to his sent message, but when OWA nothing will be added.
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