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Transport Rule Help in Exchange 2010

Hello I have just migrated to exchange 2010 from 2003 - everything is going quite well but I am having an issue with transport rules. I would like to use the transport rules built into Exchange 2010 vs the Exclaimer utilities I have been using - i have got the rules added for internal and external but the signatures are being added to the bottom of the message vs at the end of each email. Exclaimer could add the signature and disclaimer to the bottom of each email (above the separator line)  the transport rules just add them to the bottom of the entire message.

<br>
<br>
%%Firstname%% %%Lastname%%<br>
%%Title%%<br>
%%Company%%<br>
Direct: %%Phonenumber%%<br>
Mobile: %%Mobilenumber%%<br>
Faxnumber: %%Faxnumber%%<br>
<hr>
CONFIDENTIALITY:   This communication, including any electronic files attached to this email, is intended for the sole use of the individual and entity to whom it is addressed, and may contain information that is confidential, proprietary and protected from disclosure.  You are hereby notified that any use, dissemination, distribution or duplication of this communication by someone other than the intended addressee or its designated agent is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this communication in error, please notify Northwest Aerospace Technologies, Inc. by collect call (425) 257-2044, or by reply to this communication.

Thanks

JR
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supportnat
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MesthaCommented:
Transport rules are rather basic, and it will only add it at the bottom or the message. If you want something a little more sophisticated you will have to stick with Exclaimer.

Simon.
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supportnatAuthor Commented:
Simon-

From everything I read there acutally should be away in the HTML to position the text and disclaimer in the message body - I thought it would look something like thi

{Original Email Above Reply Separator}
<br>
<br>
%%Firstname%% %%Lastname%%<br>
%%Title%%<br>
%%Company%%<br>
Direct: %%Phonenumber%%<br>
Mobile: %%Mobilenumber%%<br>
Faxnumber: %%Faxnumber%%<br>
<hr>
CONFIDENTIALITY:   This communication, including any electronic files attached to this email, is intended for the sole use of the individual and entity to whom it is addressed, and may contain information that is confidential, proprietary and protected from disclosure.  You are hereby notified that any use, dissemination, distribution or duplication of this communication by someone other than the intended addressee or its designated agent is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this communication in error, please notify Northwest Aerospace Technologies, Inc. by collect call (425) 257-2044, or by reply to this communication.
{Original Email Below Reply Separator}

But that is not working - there has to be a way.,..
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MesthaCommented:
If there is a way, then I haven't found one. I found the disclaimer type functionality in Exchange too limiting, so have stuck with Exclaimer. I can't help any further, so I will unsubscribe from the question.

Simon.
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Alan HardistyCommented:
If Simon does not know a way, then I would not be looking for other answers.  Simon is a Microsoft MVP and knows Exchange like no-one else on EE.  What Simon does not know about Exchange could be written on the back of a very small Postage Stamp!
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supportnatAuthor Commented:
The answer was no so while it wasn't satisfactory it was correct.

Transport rules are just not ready to do disclaimers.
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