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Need to add security statement on bottom of all emails sent from our Exchange server.

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All emails departing from our Exchange server need to have a confidentiality/security statement included at the bottom of the email.  How can I do this?
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by:flyingsky
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add it in everyone's signature
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by:sknoll84
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Not good enough - there has to be a more automated way.  I can't add this to 700 user signatures.....
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by:pjcoole
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There are a lot of 3rd party add-ins for Exchange to add disclaimers to the bottom of emails.  Take a look at this site for a few of them.  http://www.slipstick.com/addins/disclaimer.asp
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by:flyingsky
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third party ones.
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so there is no feature within Exchange to just do this for all mailboxes?  third party is the only route?
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by:flyingsky
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I think so.
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Well if you also have an SMTP server set up (Part of IIS) you can use VB Script to create what you want.  Here is a microsoft article on using VB Script to create an Email Sink for Eschange.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324021/

Other than that third party is your only route.
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I think the article in the above link is incorrect.  The correct article is here.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/317680
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by:BDoellefeld
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Everyone else is correct, without a event sink or third-party tool, your pretty much stuck. Take a look at CodeTwo though. I use it for disclaimers, etc. Its very cheap, very easy, and it works really well.

http://www.codetwo.com/pages/products/exchange_rules.php 
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