Corporate HTML Signature

How do I add a corporate signature to all outgoing emails via Exchange 2007 with the signatures including HTML?
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pschakravarthiCommented:
Open the Exchange Management Console.
In Organization Configuration select Hub Transport and then select the Transport Rules tab.
In the Actions Pane click New Transport Rule…
Name your rule and optionally add a Comment. For instance;
Name: Corporate disclaimer
Comment: This transport rule adds a standardized disclaimer text to all outgoing emails.
Press Next.
On the Conditions screen select the following 2 conditions;
from users inside or outside the organization
sent to users inside or outside the organization
In the bottom pane, modify the conditions so that they read;
from users Inside the organization
and sent to users Outside the organization
Press Next.
In the Actions screen select the action;
append disclaimer text using font, size, color with separator and fall back to action if unable to apply.
In the bottom pane you can modify the conditions to your preference.
Click on disclaimer text to set your default text.
Note that the disclaimer text is Plain Text only so you can't type HTML code. If you want to add a link, you'll have to type it in full.
Once done, press Next.
You can set any exception as you see fit. You can continue without any exceptions as well.
Press Next.
On the Create Rule screen you'll see the PowerShell command that will be executed when clicking the New button.
After pressing the New button the wizard has been completed and a summary is shown as attached. Assuming it completed successfully, your Transport Rule has been created and is active now. Clicking Finish will close the New Transport Rule dialog.

disclaimer-exchange2007.png
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Rick FeeMessaging Engineer - Disaster Recovery EngineerCommented:
Exchange 2007 will not do HTML only text.   If you do need a signature you will have to go to some third party software like exclaimer or something else.
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