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Disclaimers in Exchange 2007

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We have turned on disclaimers in Exchange 2007 the problem is it adds multiple disclaimers to replies and forwards.  Does anyone know the condition to check that would turn that off.
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Presumably you have added the Disclaimer using a transport rule?

The way this works is it adds a message to the end of EVERY e-mail, as far as I am aware there is no way to "detect" if the disclaimer has already been applied and not re-apply it.
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Dezmaster he can do this via an exception
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From my link technet article above

If you don't apply an exception to this transport rule and all the transport rule conditions are met, a disclaimer is added to every message. This includes messages to which this disclaimer has already been added. To avoid having disclaimer text added repeatedly to messages that meet the conditions of this transport rule, add the except when the text specific words appears in the subject or body of the message transport rule exception with a value that is unique to the disclaimer text in this transport rule.
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by:Glen Knight
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That's why were all here!
To learn!

Thanks Raheem :-)
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Your welcome Dez! Thanks to you too dude I have learnt quite a bit from your post too :)
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