Auto signature in Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-02-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Does Exchange 2007 offer the ability to set a rule that all sent email's will have a defined signature including information that is obtained from AD (Name, Title, Office and disclaimer
Question by:naimExchange
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    You can add Disclaimers in Exchange 2007, but it would be the same text for every user. You can't create 'dynamic' signatures which change depending on the sender of the message. You'd need to use a product like Exclaimer to achieve that.

    For info on adding a static disclaimer, see

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    yes and no.... you can add a signature to all outbound mail by using a transport rule... BUT adding details out of AD is another matter..
    see these two articles which have good info...

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