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SBS 2003 and Exchange - can i stop the default new user welcome email message

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Is it possible to change or stop the default email "Welcome to Windows Server 2003 ... " email message that is sent to every newly created user ?

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Bruce
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I assume you are using the wizard to set up your new users?  If so, I highly doubt it.
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