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Force Signature Picker on Outlook 2007

Posted on 2009-07-09
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We are looking to force a HTML signature for the whole company.  Is there a GP object or a third party app that can do this?
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Don't do it at Outlook. Use something like Exclaimer or Policy Patrol to do it server side. They can build the complete signature on the fly and it will be applied whether Outlook, OWA or ActiveSync/Blackberry is used.
Then use Group Policy to disable signatures client side in Outlook so the users don't create their own.

Simon.
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I've just checked - it's not an option in the Microsoft Administrative template for 2007.
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