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Exchange 2007 Disclaimer After Each Thread

Posted on 2009-07-02
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We have activated a disclaimer for the company...problem is that the disclaimers stack up at the every end of the email thread rather than append after each individual email.  Is there a way to resolve in Exchange without using a third party option?
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No, this is the way the Exchange 2007 disclaimer tool works.  It is the way every 3rd party tool I've ever seen works also.  MAPI email is not "threaded" in the way that, for example, newsgroup posts are.  So, there's no way for the server to know where the current reponse section of an email starts and ends.  You can, however, set the Exchange 2007 disclaimer to go at the TOP of the email (prepend) instead of at the bottom (append).  This, at least, puts it in the current section of the response, even though it does clutter up the beginning of the response section.
The only way to make a discrete disclaimer that only appears within the current response section is to make it part of the individual user's Outlook signature block.
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