specific signature for all users in exchange 2007

Posted on 2008-11-09
Last Modified: 2013-11-25
Dear All,

I have exchange 2007 environment, I need to make a specific signature for all users, this signature will have the user name as per the mailbox user name, and the company name. we can use the Active directory information for this.

Do I can make this in Exchange 2007? And how do I can make it?


Question by:devdept
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    Accepted Solution

    You have to use 3rd party, like exclaimer, GFI mail essentials, Symantec mail sec for SMTP.
    These are all server based discalimers, ie the disclaimer will be initiated from the server.
    If you want to use a client initiated disclaimer, then the best is Opusflow Disclaimer, and is fully integrated with active directory.
    LVL 15

    Assisted Solution

    There's a built in feature in Exchange 2007 that adds a signature to all outgoing email messages.  However, you can not add the users name to the configuration.  Still worth looking at though.

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